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Toyota Vietnam grants scholarships to excellent students

Toyota Vietnam grants scholarships to excellent students

VOV.VN - Toyota Motor Vietnam (TMV) has granted Toyota scholarships 2016 worth VND700 million to 115 outstanding students majoring in the technical, mechanical and environmental studies from 16 universities nationwide.

Students sweep awards at green contest

Students sweep awards at green contest

Students from northern mountainous Tuyen Quang and Lao Cai provinces swept the first prizes in the Green Creativeness Contest held to unearth outstanding environmental protection ideas and models.

Vietnam’s forgotten Hoang Lien Son Mountain school

Vietnam’s forgotten Hoang Lien Son Mountain school

VOV.VN - A group of photographers visited the primary school serving the 40 students of grades 1-5 at Hoang Lien Son Mountain recently to witness the dilapidated conditions for themselves. This is what they saw:

ASEAN students in Perth discuss human rights

ASEAN students in Perth discuss human rights

Nearly 100 students from ASEAN member countries studying in Western Australia participated in a seminar centred on “ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights (AICHR): Prospects and Challenges” held in Perth in early October.

President Hollande talks to Vietnamese students

President Hollande talks to Vietnamese students

French President Francois Hollande talked to students at the Vietnam National University-Hanoi (VNU-Hanoi) on September 6 during his State visit to Vietnam from September 5-7.

Students gather at Vietnam Embassy in Paris

Students gather at Vietnam Embassy in Paris

VOV.VN - More than 60 students from Vietnam and the EU gathered on August 26 at the Vietnam Embassy in Paris for a one-day seminar to exchange innovative ideas and solutions on how to live life successfully.

Nobel laureate talks to students in Binh Dinh

Nobel laureate talks to students in Binh Dinh

Swiss Professor Kurt Wuthrich who won the 2002 Nobel Prize in Chemistry had a talk with over 1,000 students and science-lovers in Quy Nhon City, the central province of Binh Dinh, on July 6.

Educated struggle to secure jobs: report

Educated struggle to secure jobs: report

The higher education students take, the higher the rate of unemployment they might suffer, Deputy Minister of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs Doan Mau Diep said.