(VOV) - All the four Vietnamese students participating in the 47th International Chemistry Olympiad won prizes.
The minimum score to be considered for university enrolment is 15 points, the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) said on July 28.
Employers are increasingly looking at working skills and job-hopping probability rather than "competitive salary requirements" when hiring new graduates, a survey has shown.
Life skills should be offered as a subject in Vietnam's education curriculum to encourage a more well-rounded development of students, such was the takeaway at an education conference held on July 22.
(VOV) - All four Vietnamese students won prizes, including one silver and two bronze medals and one consolation prize, at the 26th International Biology Olympiad (IBO) in Aarhus City, Denmark.
The Republic of Korea (RoK)’s Ministry of Education will assist Vietnam and Uzbekistan in digitising classrooms by applying the most advanced technologies in teaching and learning, the ministry announced on July 21.
Construction work of a science complex that costs nearly US$8 million to build is slated to begin in the south-central Vietnamese province of Binh Dinh next week, local authorities said.
For several months, Hong Thuy, a worker with the Euro Window company in Quang Minh industrial zone in Me Linh district of Hanoi found it hard to find a public pre-school for her two-year-old daughter.
The Prime Minister has asked the Ministry of Planning and Investment to collaborate with relevant ministries to allocate a VND3.1 trillion (US$144.2 million) loan from the World Bank to improve facilities and education quality in public universities.
All five Vietnamese students participating at the International Physics Olympiad 2015 in India have won medals including three golds, according to the Ministry of Education and Training.
The Vietnamese Embassy to Australia hosted a seminar on July 4 in Canberra, bringing together more than 20 Vietnamese scientists, who works at universities and research institutes across Australia.
More than one million students completed registration for the national high school exam, which began on July 1 in 38 testing centres throughout the country. Students will not only battle their nerves but also the extreme hot weather blanketing northern and central regions, set to surpass 40 degrees Celsius in Hanoi.
The National Traffic Safety Committee (NTSC) called on transport firms to provide smooth transit for candidates and residents during the national high school examination held during the first four days of July.
The Toyota Motor Vietnam Company launched the “Toyota Junior Football Clinic and Camp 2015” on June 19 for boys aged nine to 11.
The Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) and the Ministry of Education and Training signed a cooperation agreement on June 18 to expand the Football for All in Vietnam (FFAV) programme across the country.