Education

PhD students to connect with industries, boost economic growth

PhD students to connect with industries, boost economic growth

PhD students need to connect with industries to benefit the economy in Vietnam, experts said at a recent workshop in Hanoi.

Vietnam’s first private non-profit university inaugurated

VinUni, Vietnam’s first private non-profit university, which has a total investment of VND6.5 trillion (USD279 million) has been opened.

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By the end of 2019, more than 1,000 Vietnamese nurses received training and worked in Germany while being greatly appreciated by the German side, according to the Department of Overseas Labour under the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs.

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Three Hanoi teachers selected for international education event

Three teachers in Hanoi have been selected to represent Vietnam to participate in the Microsoft Education Exchange 2020 scheduled to take place in Australia on March 23-26.

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Students take long and difficult road to schools in the mountain

Students at a mountainous district in Quang Nam Province have a long walk to school because of difficult terrain.

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Universities aim to address shortage of tech workers

HCM City is hopeful of mitigating its manpower shortage, especially in sectors related to Industry 4.0, over the next few years since many local universities plan to launch majors in artificial intelligence and such streams starting in 2020-21.

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University rampage sparks new protests across India

Protests were held across India Monday after masked assailants wielding batons and iron rods went on a rampage at a top Delhi university, leaving more than two dozen injured.

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HCM City strives for “smart” schools

Ho Chi Minh City’s education sector plans to enhance the application of IT in management, teaching, testing, and student assessment, said Le Thanh Liem, Vice Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee.

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