(VOV) - The Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) will provide US$3 million in non-refundable aid for the period 2015-2016 to develop an e-learning system at Hanoi Open University and share the Republic of Korea (RoK)’s experience in the field with Vietnam.
(VOV) -The Embassy of Japan in Vietnam has announced a new programme under which the Japanese Government will provide full scholarships for Vietnamese teachers and students in 2015.
The Prime Minister on January 9 issued a directive calling on the entire political system, agencies at all levels and the masses to join efforts to manage and safeguard the nation’s territorial sovereignty and border security.
(VOV) - Overseas Vietnamese (OVs) in London have struggled to retain their mother tongue as their children and grandchildren attend English speaking schools— but one school is redressing the imbalance.
Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship (MOSWC), the world's largest such contest, has been launched at Ho Chi Minh's Social Sciences and Human Studies University.
The Japanese government has pledged to grant nearly US$700,000 in non-refundable aid to Vietnam in the 2014 fiscal year, with a view to supporting the country to mitigate natural disaster risks and improve primary education.
Cooperation in training human resources is one of the priorities in the Vietnam-Laos relations, said Ambassador to Vietnam Somphone Sichaleune.
The Belgian Government will provide 6.2 million EUR (US$7.7 million) for Vietnam to improve the quality of its human resources.
Vietnam should build laws and regulations to further promote the role that social organisations play in preventing and controlling violence against children and child abuse, child rights activists proposed during a policy dialogue in Hanoi on December 10.
(VOV) -The Ministry of Education and Training and the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Vietnam on December 5 held a ceremony to grant 370 KF-Samsung Scholarship to students who come from low-income families but get excellent academic records.
Ten teachers who have contributed to developing the French language at high schools in Vietnam received Valofrase awards at a ceremony hosted by the Ministry of Education and Training (MoET) and the International Organisation of La Francophonie in Hanoi on December 3.
Japan’s experience in implementing community-based learning centres (Kominkan/CLCs) was shared at an international workshop in Ho Chi Minh City on November 24 with an aim to improve the effectiveness of similar facilities in Vietnam.
Teachers and educators nationwide, particularly those who are working in disadvantaged areas, were honoured in an exchange on November 19 on the occasion of the Vietnamese Teachers’ Day (November 20).
A Vietnam Sea and Islands Culture and Tourism Week will be held in the capital on November 20-24.
(VOV) - Over the past six decades, Russia has trained tens of thousands of Vietnamese scientists, managing personnel, and high-quality experts who have actively contributed to the country’s development.