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Unemployed university grads far exceeds jobless vocational school grads

Unemployed university grads far exceeds jobless vocational school grads

University students have been warned of the rising unemployment rate as the 4.0 industrial revolution is changing jobs.

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VN plans to send unemployed university graduates to Japan

VN plans to send unemployed university graduates to Japan

Vietnamese are the second largest community of expat workers in Japan, which employs 1.28 million foreign workers, just after China.   

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Universities to set their own admissions quotas

Universities to set their own admissions quotas

The Ministry of Education and Training (MoET) will allow universities to set admission quotas and take into account the number of visiting lecturers they’ll have based on the number of admitted students, according to the ministry’s newly released draft circular on admissions practices in higher education institutions.

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State-owned schools complain about restrictions in autonomy policy

State-owned schools complain about restrictions in autonomy policy

Twenty-three state-owned universities are following the autonomy policy on a trial basis under a government resolution. However, they say they don’t have the right to make decisions on personnel and budgeting.   

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Schools in Vietnam to enroll students through assessment tests

Schools in Vietnam to enroll students through assessment tests

Some secondary schools in HCMC plan to select students with aptitude tests rather than traditional exams, while several universities have decided to enroll students based on SAT and IELTS results.

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Schools fear shortage of qualified teachers for new program

Schools fear shortage of qualified teachers for new program

Though schools have 1.5 years to prepare for the new education program, there could be a shortage of qualified teachers.   

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Free secondary education a vital stepping stone

Free secondary education a vital stepping stone

Hoang Thi Thao is a dropout. The last time she attended school, in eighth grade, was 14 years ago, when she was 14. But Thao never lost her passion for learning and still rues the missed opportunity.

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Drop-out rates of children aged 5-14 fall

Drop-out rates of children aged 5-14 fall

As per a report of the Out-of-school Children: Vietnam Country Study 2016 conducted by the Ministry of Education and Training and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), drop-out rates of children aged 5-14 fell drastically, said at a meeting on January 23 in Hanoi.

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US Ambassador presents 20 new AmCham Scholars

US Ambassador presents 20 new AmCham Scholars

AmCham announced the new scholars to not only receive financial rewards, but additional support in job skills training, internships, and job placement assistance.

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University students ready for SMEA 2018

University students ready for SMEA 2018

Seven teams of students from five universities in Vietnam will participate at Shell Eco-Marathon Asia (SMEA) 2018 – Make the Future, which will take place at Changi Exhibition Centre in Singapore from March 8-11.

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Universities need incentive policies

Universities need incentive policies

The revision to the Law on Higher Education should create more favourable conditions for private institutions in tertiary education, officials have said.

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Teacher training policy to be based on provincial demand

Teacher training policy to be based on provincial demand

Director of the Department of Teachers and Educational Administrators, Dr. Hoang Duc Minh, speaks to Tuoi tre (Youth) newspaper on changes in the nation’s teacher training policies.

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Teacher promotes purity of Vietnamese language

Teacher promotes purity of Vietnamese language

To promote and preserve the clarity and purity of Vietnamese language, a literature teacher and some high school students in HCM City have started a project to encourage people to use proper Vietnamese.

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Vietnamese children forced to study too early: expert

Vietnamese children forced to study too early: expert

Many Vietnamese children are sent to classes by their parents at a very early age where they practice English, writing and basic math.     

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The impressive statements of the Minister of Education in 2017

The impressive statements of the Minister of Education in 2017

Phung Xuan Nha, Minister of Education and Training, made some impressive statements in 2017, showing his strong commitment towards reform of Vietnam education.  

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Students losing sleep because of study demands

Students losing sleep because of study demands

Eight out of every 10 polled students said they cannot concentrate in class because of lack of sleep. 81.8 percent of students said they slept for less than 7 hours a day, 13.7 percent said they slept for less than five hours, and 44.1 percent cannot take an afternoon nap.  

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