Education

Vietnam to deepen skills development for transition to Industry 4.0

Vietnam to deepen skills development for transition to Industry 4.0

Vietnam needs to develop dedicated technical and vocational education and training programs to enable its transition to the fourth industrial revolution, says a new study of the Asian Development Bank.

First Cyber Security Academy to be built in Vietnam

A new Cyber Security Academy will be built in Hanoi with the intention to train highly-skilled human resources in cyber-security.

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Outstanding students at international Olympiads honoured

The Ministry of Education and Training held a ceremony in Hanoi on January 8 to honour the Vietnamese winners of international Olympiads in 2020.

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City faces shortage of English teachers in primary schools

HCM City is facing a severe shortage of English teachers in primary schools, partly because of stricter quality criteria required under a new recruitment programme.

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Lao Cai keeps students warm during cold winter

Schools in the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai are working hard to keep their students warm amid the chill of winter.

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Recruitment quota for vocational schools to increase in 2021

The General Department of Vocational Education has set the new development programme for vocational schools during the 2021-2025 to recruit 19.8 million students.

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On the evening of December 25, the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) held a ceremony in Hanoi to honour exemplary students in studying and following President Ho Chi Minh’s thought, morality and lifestyle.

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Vietnamese students win five gold medals at Int’l Olympiad of Metropolises

All eight Vietnamese students from Hanoi-Amsterdam High School for the Gifted have claimed medals, including five golds, one silver, and two bronzes, at the fifth International Olympiad of Metropolises.

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