Education

Vietnamese students shine at international robotics competition

 Vietnamese students shine at international robotics competition

A group of four Vietnamese students brought home a bronze medal for their impressive robotic design at the “2018 FIRST Global Challenge” international robotics competition in Mexico from August 15-18.

Ministry proposes shutting down inefficient universities

The Ministry of Finance have proposed closing state universities which operate ineffectively to reduce the burden on the state budget during a meeting about the education sector in 2018.

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Schools face new term overcrowding

Many public schools in HCM City and Hanoi have had to stop providing lunch and allowing pupils to sleep while doubling the number of pupils per class.

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Hard teaching lives in northern mountainous areas

Teacher Luc Thi Ly has to walk every day along a rough and dangerous track to her school in the northern mountainous province of Cao Bang.

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Tuition fee exemptions for poor secondary pupils

The government has approved tuition fee exemption for students at state-owned secondary schools and children aged five at nursery schools.

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Extra classes for preschoolers

Parents are rushing to send their children to extra classes to practise writing and maths before they start Grade 1.

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 Workplace reality bites for graduates

Many new graduates find their dreams of working in their field of study are more akin to a nightmare.

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Cargill opens 88th Cares school

The Cargill Cares Council in Vietnam presented its 88th school facility to authorities and residents in the mountainous hamlet of Ho Le in Huc commune, Huong Hoa district in the central province of Quang Tri on August 13.

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