Unemployed graduates stick to simple jobs
3/23/2017 3:10:00 PM (GMT+7)
Dao Thanh Chien, a university graduate from central Thanh Hoa Province, earns a monthly average of VND8 million (US$355) selling ice tea and driving a motorbike taxi, not from working as a public official as he wished
Comics come back to life via social media
3/22/2017 7:40:00 AM (GMT+7)
Comics over the years began to disappear gradually, now accounting for only one percent of the market. However, many young artists and producers have recently revived Vietnamese comics with large-scale projects.
Education minister: Training should meet market demand
3/22/2017 3:10:17 PM (GMT+7)
Educational institutions should keep a close watch on market demand and need to cooperate with the business community to make sure that their graduates can land a job, said Minister of Education and Training Phung Xuan Nha.
Japan eyes educational investment in HCM City
3/21/2017 11:45:08 AM (GMT+7)
Japan’s Kate Educational Institute is planning to establish a vocational training school in Ho Chi Minh City in order to meet the increasing demand of skilled labourers in Vietnam, according to a representative from the institute.
Children’s voices must be heard
3/19/2017 1:52:25 AM (GMT+7)
The participation of children in policy-making needs to be encouraged by families, schools and society, experts have advised.
Australia supports Vietnam’s online education
3/17/2017 10:23:23 AM (GMT+7)
The Government of Australia and the Ministry of Education and Training jointly organised a workshop to review the Australian online education quality assurance tool developed to support APEC economies.