(VOV) - The Investment and Industrial Development Corporation, Japan’s Yokohama International Centre, and the Eastern International University have signed an August 30 agreement to establish a Japanese and Mathematical Training Terakoya.
(VOV) -Two schools built with non-refundable Japanese aid were officially inaugurated in Nam Dinh province on May 14 and 15.
France’s Dasault Systèmes Group, the French Education Ministry and the University of Science and Technology of Hanoi (USTH) signed a cooperation agreement in HCM City on April 8 to help train hi-tech engineers in Vietnam.
(VOV) - British Council in Vietnam will host an education festival day in Hanoi and HCM City on March 16-17 to offer local students a chance to know more about high-school and pre-departure courses in the UK.
(VOV) - The Japanese Government has agreed to finance school and hospital projects in the northern province of Hung Hen and Phu Tho.
(VOV) - The East Meets West Foundation (EMW), in co-ordination with Boeing Vietnam, handed over the Phu Thinh kindergarten in Viet Tri city to the northern province of Phu Tho on October 13.
More than 100 delegates from 10 ASEAN countries and three partners, China, Japan and the Republic of Korea attended a launch ceremony of the 2012 ASEAN Environment Year in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on July 17-18.
The Japanese Government will provide US$245,000. in non-refundable aid to build two schools in the northern mountain provinces of Lang Son and Hoa Binh.
The Japanese Government will provide non-refundable aid to build two primary schools at a total cost of over US$242,000.
The Japanese Government on June 12 signed an agreement to provide non-refundable aid to build three schools at a total cost of almost US$365,000.
An Australian education exhibition will take place in Hanoi and HCM City on May 12-13 respectively, with the participation of 14 private and public Australian high schools.
A “Week in response to lifelong learning” was launched in Hanoi on October 2 by the Ministry of Education and Training in coordination with the United Nations.
Japan will provide US$101,158 in aid for a project to build a primary school in My Son commune in the central province of Nghe An’s Do Luong district.
A project funded by the Danish Government has effectively helped raise the capacity of Vietnamese non-governmental organisations (NGOs).
Primary pupils in Ninh Xuan commune, Hoa Lu district, northern Ninh Binh province now have a new and spacious school to study in thanks to the Marubeni Education Fund in Vietnam (Macfund).