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Belgium helps Vietnam improve manpower quality

14:52 | 12/17/2014

The Belgian Government will provide 6.2 million EUR (US$7.7 million) for Vietnam to improve the quality of its human resources.

Stronger measures needed to protect children

17:39 | 12/10/2014

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.

KF Samsung scholarships for students from low-income families

18:22 | 12/05/2014

(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.

French language teachers, students receive Valofrase award

14:48 | 12/04/2014

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.

Experts seek to improve community learning centres’ effectiveness

12:29 | 11/25/2014

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 in disadvantaged areas honoured on traditional day

11:34 | 11/20/2014

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).

Week focuses on Vietnam's seas, islands

10:23 | 11/13/2014

A Vietnam Sea and Islands Culture and Tourism Week will be held in the capital on November 20-24.

Vietnam, Russia boost education cooperation

18:08 | 11/07/2014

(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.

OVs in Norway raise fund for disadvantaged children

15:11 | 11/07/2014

The association of Vietnamese people in Norway raised 40,000 NOK (US$5,700) during a recent charity night held in Oslo in support of poor and disabled children in Vietnam.

VFF honours Olympiad medal winners

13:04 | 11/04/2014

(VOV) - A ceremony was held on November 3 in Hanoi to honour students, who won medals at International Olympiads and recorded highest results at 2014 university entrance exams.

Ethnic minority students commended for academic results

22:41 | 11/01/2014

More than 110 ethnic minority students were honoured at a ceremony in Hanoi on Nov. 1 for the outstanding achievements they recorded at national academic contests and the university entrance exams in 2014.

Hanoi to honour outstanding students

11:44 | 10/31/2014

(VOV) -A ceremony to honour 50 elite Vietnamese students who recorded high results in their academic studies and have won international prizes has been scheduled for November 3 in Hanoi.

HCMC hosts ACM Int’l Collegiate Programming Contest

17:50 | 10/29/2014

(VOV) - The 23rd Vietnam Informatics Olympic Contest for Students (OLP’14) and the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ACM/ICPC) in Asian region opened in Ho Chi Minh City on October 29.

Outstanding academicians honoured with French order

12:06 | 10/24/2014

French Ambassador to Vietnam Jean-Noel Poirier awarded the Order of Academic Palms – a prestigious title of France in higher education to two Vietnamese experts on October 23 in Hanoi.

‘Helmets for Kids’ saves lives

17:22 | 10/18/2014

(VOV) -The “Helmets for Kids” programme will provide first-grade students at 39 schools in Ha Tinh, Quang Binh and Dong Nai provinces with nearly 5,100 helmets as part of its effort to increase traffic safety for students and save lives.