Education

7th to 12th graders in Hanoi to return to school on February 8

7th to 12th graders in Hanoi to return to school on February 8

Students from grades 7 to 12 in Hanoi’s COVID-19 low and medium risk areas (labelled green and yellow) will return to school on February 8, after eight months of online learning.

 Fulbright Visiting Scholar-In-Residence Program 2022 seeks candidates

The US Mission in Vietnam is seeking qualified candidates for the 2022 Fulbright Visiting Scholar-In-Residence Program in the field of Asian history.

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US official congratulates Vietnamese students at English speaking contest

Chargé d’Affaires of the US Mission to Vietnam Marie Damour praised the potential of Vietnamese youth to serve as a positive force in their country and the region during the final round of the “Speak to Lead” English Speaking

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Israeli Embassy, Miss Universe Vietnam H’Hen Nie open libraries for ethnic students

The Israeli Embassy in Vietnam joined with Miss Universe Vietnam 2017 H’Hen Nie to debut a Room to Read library at an elementary school in Minh Son commune of Bac Me district in the northern province of Ha Giang.

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Nearly 100 nursery schools in HCM City close due to pandemic

Nearly 100 preschools in HCM City have had to stop operations due to the Covid-19 pandemic, according to the municipal Department of Education and Training.

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Smart app to be launched for Vietnamese students

A smart app named “Vietnamese students” is expected to be launched in the near future, contributing to the management of Vietnam Students’ Association members around the country.

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Parents and teachers support school reopening in Hanoi

Many parents and teachers in Hanoi have supported a proposal by the local Department of Education and Training to let all students between 7th and 12th grades return to school after the Lunar New Year holiday.

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Japan gives scholarships on training Vietnamese officials and civil servants

The Project for Human Resource Development Scholarship by Japanese Grant Aid (JDS) 2021, which uses non-refundable aid from the Japanese Government, has been officially launched.

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