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Arts and culture schools lack PhD students

Arts and culture schools lack PhD students

Many schools have complained that it is difficult to find PhD students for some arts and culture majors because of inadequate doctoral requirements.  

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Special policy for IT training could affect training quality

Special policy for IT training could affect training quality

In an effort to ease the need for human resources in the IT sector, the Ministry of Education and Training has decided to apply a special enrollment policy which allows students in other training majors who have finished their first, second or third year to shift to an IT major.   

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Preschool, primary teachers’ salaries lower than motorbike taxi drivers’ earnings

Preschool, primary teachers’ salaries lower than motorbike taxi drivers’ earnings

 A newly graduated preschool and primary school teacher receives an average VND3.2 million ($150) a month, far below the income of a taxi motorbike driver or a sidewalk ice tea seller.  

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HCM City education dept to compile textbooks for students

HCM City education dept to compile textbooks for students

HCMC has received approval from the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) for its plan to compile textbooks for use at general schools in the city. 

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Blind teacher wins top scholarship for social work

Blind teacher wins top scholarship for social work

Huynh Huu Canh and his cousin were digging up an iron object one day when a bomb left over from the war exploded, killing his cousin and leaving Canh, then in the fourth grade, blind.

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Rewarding ISI authors: How much is enough?

Rewarding ISI authors: How much is enough?

Widespread and inconclusive discussions occurred after the HCM City Economics University (UEH) announced big rewards to researchers who have articles published in ISI/Scopus publications.

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Vietnam focuses on education for kids with disabilities

Vietnam focuses on education for kids with disabilities

The Government of Vietnam always accords top priority to the protection and care of children with disabilities, and looks to create the best conditions in education for them to integrate well into society, a senior official said December 13.

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Ministry proposal on full-time, in-service training stirs controversy

Ministry proposal on full-time, in-service training stirs controversy

Under a draft law on higher education, the kind of training undertaken by a student would not be shown on bachelor degrees. All university graduates, whether taking full-time or in-service training courses, will receive the same kind of degree, according to the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET).

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The new faces pouring big money into education

The new faces pouring big money into education

In the past, investments worth tens of billions of dong in the education sector would be considered big affairs. Today, the investment capital is up to trillions of VND.

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Vietnam: promising market for education investors

Vietnam: promising market for education investors

High profitability, stable growth and low risks are driving investors into the education sector. Vietnamese spend $3 billion every year to pay for their children’s study overseas, but the local education market has not been able to take advantage of this spending.

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Teachers college opens in central region

Teachers college opens in central region

Da Nang University has opened the Da Nang  Technology and Education College to train 2,000 students in four technological and engineering faculties.

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How much money does Vietnam need to produce 9,000 PhDs?

How much money does Vietnam need to produce 9,000 PhDs?

The public says the plan on 9,000 PhDs with a budget of VND12 trillion is unnecessary and costly, while experts say the VND12 trillion is so low that it cannot ensure the success of the program.

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Migrant workers mistrust quality of care at private nursery classes

Migrant workers mistrust quality of care at private nursery classes

Although they were warned that their children may suffer physical abuse at private nurseries, many parents still say they have no choice to see the service.

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Advanced schools want to use foreign curricula

Advanced schools want to use foreign curricula

Many schools in HCM City, especially schools operating under the so-called advanced model, have proposed using international curricula.

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Vietnam moves up in scientific research ranking

Vietnam moves up in scientific research ranking

Vietnam is the 57th among 163 surveyed nations in the recent Nature Publishing ranking in scientific research. 

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Universities to be given right to determine tuition

Universities to be given right to determine tuition

The new education law allows in universities to have the right to determine tuition, as well as their missions and development paths.

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