VN parents interfere in children’s career selection
4/21/2017 1:33:57 PM (GMT+7)
 Many Vietnamese parents want children to study majors which are thought to be easy to get a well-paid job after graduation, but often ignore what the children actually want to study.

Vietnam, Bangladesh share experience in primary education
4/21/2017 11:52:45 AM (GMT+7)
 Vietnam is willing to share experience in managing and organising primary education with Bangladesh, Vice Chairwoman of the National Assembly (NA) Committee for Culture, Education, Youth, Adolescents and Children Hoang Thi Hoa has said.


 
Quy Nhon student wins big scholarship from University of Chicago
4/20/2017 7:21:00 AM (GMT+7)
VietNamNet Bridge - Born and raised in Quy Nhon City in the central province of Binh Dinh, Lam Quang Nhat has won a full scholarship worth VND6 billion from the University of Chicago to study physics.

Top high school physics students to take on Asia
4/20/2017 10:47:32 AM (GMT+7)
 The Ministry of Education and Training has unveiled that a group of eight of the brightest high school physics students in the country have been selected to take on the region’s best at the upcoming Asian Physics Olympiad in Russia.


 
Italian University of Brescia willing to receive Vietnamese students
4/20/2017 10:41:31 AM (GMT+7)
 Italy’s University of Brescia hopes to receive more Vietnamese students and postgraduates, headmaster of the university Maurizio Tira told Vietnamese Ambassador to Italy Cao Chinh Thien at their meeting in Lombardy on April 19.

Vietnam makes strides in child education
4/20/2017 10:24:25 AM (GMT+7)
Vietnam has made major strides in caring for, educating and protecting children over the past 27 years since the country became the first in Asia and second in the world to ratify the implementation of UNCRC in 1990.


 
Secondary school students under pressure to pass high-school entrance exam
4/19/2017 7:30:00 AM (GMT+7)
Fifty-thousand secondary school graduates in Hanoi and HCMC will not have be able to enroll in state-owned high schools this year, creating intense competition among students for seats at state-owned schools. 

Two third graduates prefer working in state sectors
4/19/2017 3:35:36 PM (GMT+7)
 As per the International Labor Organization (ILO)’s school-to-work transition survey, two third of graduates prefer working in public sectors.


 
Vietnamese teenager wins MIT scholarship
4/18/2017 12:32:54 PM (GMT+7)
 Nineteen year-old Dinh Thi Huong Thao has been awarded a US$300,000 scholarship to attend the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the US.

Student awarded for winning full scholarship from Stanford
4/18/2017 1:20:46 PM (GMT+7)
Nguyen Le Hoai Anh, a 12th grader from Lao Cai, was awarded by the provincial People’s Committee, on April 17, for winning a full scholarship from Stanford University (US) worth VND 6.5 billion (US$ 286,000). 


 
'Fake' professors select ‘real’ professors in VN
4/17/2017 7:20:00 AM (GMT+7)
VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam does not follow international practice in awarding the title of professor or associate professor to educators.

Students lack skills to meet job demands
4/17/2017 2:51:16 PM (GMT+7)
 Only 30% of graduates are able to do their work sufficiently well for their employers, said Nguyen Thi Thanh Huong from the ICT Department of Navigos Search, provider of executive search and management consultancy services in Vietnam.


 

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