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More schools reopened as virus threats ease in Vietnam
(4.27.2020)
More schools reopened as virus threats ease in Vietnam

Schools have reopened in nearly 30 localities in Vietnam as of Monday morning as the country recorded no new Covid-19 infection cases for an 11th consecutive day. Detail

45% of universities provide online teaching in response to COVID-19
(4.19.2020)
45% of universities provide online teaching in response to COVID-19

5% of the universities in Vietnam have provided online teaching in response to COVID-19, announced the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) at a video conference on April 17. Detail

Vietnamese student grabs bronze at Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship
(8.4.2019)
Vietnamese student grabs bronze at Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship

Tran Hoang Anh, a student of the Hanoi-based Foreign Trade University, has brought home the solitary bronze medal for Vietnam in the Microsoft Excel 2013 category at the Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship 2019 (MOSWC) in the United States. Detail

Vietnam wins three gold medals at 50th International Physics Olympiad
(7.16.2019)
Vietnam wins three gold medals at 50th International Physics Olympiad

All five members of the Vietnamese team participating in the 50th International Physics Olympiad (IPhO) in Israel won medals, including three gold medals and two silvers, the Ministry of Education and Training announced on Sunday.Detail

Educational leaders discuss higher education management models
(7.9.2019)
Educational leaders discuss higher education management models

Leaders, academics, researchers, and professionals from around the world discussed the diversity of practices and models of leadership and management in higher education at an international conference that ended on July 5 in HCM City.Detail

Vietnamese universities should attract more foreign students: experts
(1.18.2018)
Vietnamese universities should attract more foreign students: experts

More universities in Vietnam should open programmes to foreign students as demand for study-abroad courses has increased, according to education experts.Detail


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