Vietnam education

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How did Dong Do University sell bachelor’s degrees?icon
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How did Dong Do University sell bachelor’s degrees?

Most of the buyers of bachelor’s degrees in English from Dong Do University hold important positions in state agencies, and most followed training courses to upgrade their education levels, which helped them get job promotions.

 
Vietnam’s private universities steadily improvingicon

Vietnam’s private universities steadily improving

SOCIETY
20/08/2019

Unlike in the past, many private universities have higher cut-off scores for admission this year than many public ones.

First Vietnamese university among world’s top 1,000icon

First Vietnamese university among world’s top 1,000

SOCIETY
19/08/2019

Ton Duc Thang University in Ho Chi Minh City has become the first university in Vietnam entering Academic Ranking of World Universities’ top 1,000, reported the VN Government Portal.

Children in flood-hit areas struggle to go to schoolicon

Children in flood-hit areas struggle to go to school

SOCIETY
18/08/2019

While most students nationwide are eagerly preparing for the new academic year, which will officially start next month, many children in flood-stricken areas will struggle to return to school.

Higher education tuition concerns poor studentsicon

Higher education tuition concerns poor students

SOCIETY
18/08/2019

The PM has allowed 23 state-owned universities to apply the autonomy mechanism, which means that the schools have the right to set tuition themselves.

Vietnam vows to close low-quality universitiesicon

Vietnam vows to close low-quality universities

SOCIETY
18/08/2019

PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc, at a conference held some days ago, stated that training establishments with low quality will be shut down. Prior to that, Minister of Education and Training Phung Xuan Nha also said low quality schools will not be retained.

Education quality accreditation should operate independentlyicon

Education quality accreditation should operate independently

SOCIETY
17/08/2019

PhD Pham Xuan Thanh, former deputy director of the Department of Testing and Quality Assessment, under the Ministry of Education and Training, talks on the need to let the education quality agency work independently.

Education ministry vows to fix shortage of pre-school teachersicon

Education ministry vows to fix shortage of pre-school teachers

SOCIETY
16/08/2019

With just a few weeks to go for the start of the new school year, there is a worrying shortage of pre-school teachers in many localities nationwide.

Mathematician Le Ba Khanh Trinh: I’m still holding a flame of passion for my workicon

Mathematician Le Ba Khanh Trinh: I’m still holding a flame of passion for my work

SOCIETY
14/08/2019

Le Ba Khanh Trinh, who was dubbed the 'golden boy' of Vietnamese mathematics, hasn't become a famous professor, or undertaken any important leadership role, but he still keeps his the flame of passion for mathematics alive and in his own way.

Winners of British Council's IELTS Prize announcedicon

Winners of British Council's IELTS Prize announced

SOCIETY
14/08/2019

The British Council in Vietnam has awarded the British Council IELTS Prize for 2018/2019 to three outstanding IELTS students, valued at $7,755, $6,465 and $5,170 for first, second and third prizes, respectively.

Vietnam wins big at international astronomy competitionicon

Vietnam wins big at international astronomy competition

SOCIETY
14/08/2019

Vietnam finished fifth at the 13th International Olympiad on Astronomy and Astrophysics (IOAA) in Hungary, the Vietnam News Agency has reported.

Local universities struggle to find ways to developicon

Local universities struggle to find ways to develop

SOCIETY
14/08/2019

Local universities play an important role in providing human resources to provinces. However, many of them are at risk of closure as they cannot adapt to new circumstances.

More and more schools in HCM City have green spaceicon

More and more schools in HCM City have green space

SOCIETY
14/08/2019

Kids at the private Sao Viet Kindergarten in HCM City’s Hoc Mon District are happy to put vegetable seeds in styrofoam boxes and water them in the garden.

University entrance exam floor at record lowicon

University entrance exam floor at record low

SOCIETY
13/08/2019

The floor exam marks announced by many universities are surprisingly low, raising concerns about the quality of input students.

Vietnam’s universities rush to train AI engineersicon

Vietnam’s universities rush to train AI engineers

SOCIETY
12/08/2019

An AI firm has recruited 12 students frim the University of Science and Technology with monthly pay of $6,000, or VND138 million.

Vietnamese student wins big at International Physics Olympiadicon

Vietnamese student wins big at International Physics Olympiad

FEATURE
11/08/2019

Proactive, humorous and intelligent from a young age – that is how friends, family and teachers describe Nguyen Khanh Linh, a former student of physics at Lam Son High School for the Gifted in the central province of Thanh Hoa.

Big difference between universities in term of quality revealedicon

Big difference between universities in term of quality revealed

SOCIETY
11/08/2019

As most of universities across the country announce their enrolment results, it is easy to recognise gaps in quality.

Vietnam enters top 5 at South African Int’l Mathematics Competitionicon

Vietnam enters top 5 at South African Int’l Mathematics Competition

SOCIETY
09/08/2019

Vietnam won two champion cups, four gold and five silver medals at the recent 2019 International Mathematics Competition (IMC) in South Africa, entering top 5 of the competition.