(VOV) - Thousands of students and young people attended the fifth Hanoi job festival on May 19 to learn about employment opportunities at nearly 100 businesses.
Vietnamese actress Ngo Thanh Van was granted the Best Actress at the sixth Vietnamese International Film Festival (ViFF) which was wrapped up recently at the University of California in the US.
(VOV) - An exhibition displaying 45 photographs of Vietnam, its people, culture and socio-economic achievements during the Doi Moi (Renewal) period was held in Mexico from March 18 to 23.
(VOV) - Vietnam will do its utmost to increase the quality of education to a level available to people from other Southeast Asian nations.
(VOV) - Vietnam needs a comprehensive strategy for developing relations with French-speaking countries in order to achieve its ultimate goals.
(VOV) - The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) has organised a signing-ceremony of two cooperation agreements to support the national foreign language scheme 2020.
Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Thien Nhan has given the green light to a project to create a society of learning for the 2012-2020 period.
Construction of a US$4.65 million educational welfare complex was started on December 12 in Tam Ky city, the central province of Quang Nam.
Several schools offering courses illegally affiliated with foreign education institutions have been fined, according to the Ministry of Education and Training.
Director Nguyen Huu Muoi’s 'Scent of Burnt Grass' has been selected to compete for the 85th Oscar’s Best Foreign Language Film category.
The Department for Overseas Labour (DOLAB) plans to train 150 orderlies in late 2012 and select prospective candidates for work in Japan in early 2014.
Tungbook Café in Thái Thịnh II Street looks attractive, with its gravel path lined with small green bamboo trees and its harmonious design following the principles of feng shui.
Online marriage brokerage services have become more popular and sophisticated with numerous websites operating in Vietnam and other countries like China to introduce Vietnamese brides to foreigners.
More than 715,360 students have registered to take tertiary entrance exams for Group A (maths, physics and chemistry), Group A1 (maths, physics and a foreign language) and Group V (math, physics and drawing), according to the Ministry of Education and Training.
Despite a fall in the first half of this year, labour exports are expected to bounce back thanks to steady economic recovery in Vietnam’s traditional labour markets.