(VOV) -Plans for the celebration of International Francophone Day (March 20) were announced at a March 5 Asia-Pacific Office of International Organisation of Francophonie (OIF) press conference in Hanoi.
(VOV) - Samsung Electronics Vietnam (SEV) and Samsung Skills Training Centre (SSTC) will sponsor and train Vietnamese contestants in preparation for the 43rd World Skills Competition (WSC) in Saul Paulo, Brazil, from August 11-16, 2015.
(VOV) - The Vietnamese Society in Oxford (VOX)’s exchange called “Open Day 2014” took place at the University of Exeter on March 1.
(VOV) - Canada will host education exhibitions at Hanoi’s Melia Hotel on March 8 and HCM City’s Intercontinental Hotel on March 9, aiming to promote education opportunities in the country.
(VOV) - Vietnam ranks first among the countries accepting Lao students, followed by China, Thailand, Japan and Australia.
Kindergartens will be banned from teaching foreign languages, according to a Ministry of Education and Training document sent to all the provinces recently.
An international study by the Conference of Education Ministers of French-Speaking Countries reveals that Vietnamese primary education is good as students are equipped with basic skills and knowledge.
“Vietnam Book Day” will be celebrated on April 21 every year from this year on, as a way to honour the value of books as well as their role and importance in social life.
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam’s largest economic hub, will implement measures to improve the quality of vocational training and raise the number of trained workers to 68% this year.
(VOV) - For Vu Thanh Long, the winner of the Unilever Group’s Axe “Finding Vietnam’s Second Person in Space” competition, stratospheric ambitions are intimately tied to helping his homeland.
(VOV) - Batschka Stiftung, the German Children's Future Fund, has donated more than VND8 billion to fund the construction of a school in Duy Xuyen district, Quang Nam province.
(VOV) -A variety of young writers are expected to introduce their latest work at the 2014 Spring Book Fair at Hanoi Library on February 14–16.
(VOV) - Ho Manh Giang, is the first and sole Pako ethnic minority man in Thua Thien-Hue province, to achieve an MA degree from a big US university.
(VOV) - Hungary has announced it will grant 50 full scholarships to Vietnamese students in the 2014-2015 academic year.
(VOV) -Vietnamese representatives have won a gold, three silver, and one bronze medal at the 2014 International Youth Invention Exhibition (IYIE) held in Taiwan on January 21–22.