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Vietnam to allow universities to set independent admission standards

Vietnam to allow universities to set independent admission standards

After many delays, the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) has decided that from 2018, it will not set floor marks, or minimum required standards, on students applying for universities. 

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Registration for national high school exam to run until April 20

Registration for national high school exam to run until April 20

The Departments of Education and Training in provinces across the country have developed plans to prepare for the 2018 national high school exam, with registration for the exam concluding on April 20.

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Schools need to learn why it’s good to talk

Schools need to learn why it’s good to talk

There are more and more ways to communicate with each other nowadays, which help narrow or even blur geographical distances, but sometimes closer to home, people are finding it difficult to communicate.

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Vietnam faces shortage of university professors

Vietnam faces shortage of university professors

Even though the State Professorship Council announced that the number of candidates meeting standards for the title of professor in 2017 was twice as many as the year before, educators say that Vietnam still lacks professors.  

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Centers on supporting startup students to be opened nationwide

Centers on supporting startup students to be opened nationwide

The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) on Monday announced a detailed plan for the implementation of the project ‘Supporting students in their startup activities until 2025’.

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Mekong Delta students to get access to computer science

Mekong Delta students to get access to computer science

Microsoft Vietnam and the Dariu Foundation on Tuesday launched a project called “Enabling Boat” to help disadvantaged youth in the Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta access computer science and code literacy.

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Vietnamese parents more willing to talk to kids about sex, gender issues

Vietnamese parents more willing to talk to kids about sex, gender issues

Instead of avoiding talking about sex and gender, Vietnamese parents are increasingly providing knowledge on these issues to their children.  

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Ho Chi Minh City seeks stronger partnership with Japanese universities

Ho Chi Minh City seeks stronger partnership with Japanese universities

Chairman of Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee Nguyen Thanh Phong has visited several universities of Japan to seek partnership with the facilities to serve the city’s development.

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Students’ award-winning ideas, creativity lauded by scientists

Students’ award-winning ideas, creativity lauded by scientists

Scientists have been surprised by students’ creativity and practical ideas, including a non-Braille book reader for the visually impaired and a smart garbage can.   

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Students confused about vocation choices as counseling remains weak

Students confused about vocation choices as counseling remains weak

High schools have been criticized for many years for their poor career counseling. Complaints increased after a report was released showing that many university students as been expelled from schools or dropped out because they did not like their majors.

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Students battle for high school spots

Students battle for high school spots

The national high school entrance exam is still two months away, but Vu Minh Hien, a senior secondary school student in Hanoi, has started feeling the pressure.

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Education departments reduce teaching staff despite protest

Education departments reduce teaching staff despite protest

More than 500 teachers in Dak Lak province have been warned that their labor contract will end in April, while thousands of teachers in Gia Lai province have been told that their jobs will be cut.   

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Ethnic language barriers should be removed

Ethnic language barriers should be removed

For students at Nguyen Ba Ngoc Primary School in Central Highland province of Dak Lak’s Krong Pac District where 90 per cent of students are ethnic, Êđê language lessons are always the ones they love most.

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More universities hire leaders with business backgrounds

More universities hire leaders with business backgrounds

A junior college in Vietnam, after experiencing tough years because of low enrollment, is now thriving after hiring the sales manager of a phone distribution chain as the head of its enrollment division.  

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Vietnamese fulfill their dream of working for Facebook

Vietnamese fulfill their dream of working for Facebook

More young Vietnamese people have grabbed opportunities to work for huge companies like Facebook. These are a few:  

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Accidents at schools: who is to blame?

Accidents at schools: who is to blame?

A ceiling unexpectedly collapsed at a high school in Hanoi. A preschool child suffered a skull fracture in Dak Lak, and a male student died after a concrete block fell on him. These are just a few of the accidents that have occurred in schools recently.   

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