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Young teacher creates employment opportunities for students

Teacher Nguyen Van Minh of the Department of Veterinary Medicine at Vietnam National University of Agriculture has created many initiatives to create employment opportunities for his students. Minh also takes part in voluntary activities to help local husbandry households prevent diseases among their animals.  Nguyen Van Minh has been working hard to find new teaching ... Read More »

Da Nang, Quang Nam face massive increase in pupils

Many areas in Da Nang City and Quang Nam Province in the central Vietnam are facing a shortage of school places due to the increased number of pupils which is the result of the boom in local industrial parks and residential areas. New classrooms being built at Phan Ngoc Nhan Primary School in Quang Nam Province According to Danang Department ... Read More »

Da Nang, Quang Nam face massive increase in pupils

Many areas in Da Nang City and Quang Nam Province in the central Vietnam are facing a shortage of school places due to the increased number of pupils which is the result of the boom in local industrial parks and residential areas. New classrooms being built at Phan Ngoc Nhan Primary School in Quang Nam Province According to Danang Department ... Read More »

Da Nang, Quang Nam face massive increase in pupils

Many areas in Da Nang City and Quang Nam Province in the central Vietnam are facing a shortage of school places due to the increased number of pupils which is the result of the boom in local industrial parks and residential areas. New classrooms being built at Phan Ngoc Nhan Primary School in Quang Nam Province According to Danang Department ... Read More »

Universities in crisis of high-quality academic staff

Despite a raft of applications for nine lecturer vacancies announced in July, HCM City University of Transport has been unable to fill any of the positions. A class at the Viet Nam-Japan University. Universities in the country are facing a shortage of lecturers that could undermine the quality of traiining imparted. “Recruiting enough lecturers is not an issue. The question ... Read More »

Teachers must expand their knowledge

VietNamNet Bridge – Professor Dr Le Kim Long, former principle of the Ha Noi University of Education, speaks to the newspaper Kinh te Do thi (Economic and Urban Affairs) on the impact of the 4.0 Revolution – the major economic shift currently underway, driven by new digital technologies – on Vietnamese teachers. The Ministry Education and Training (MOET) in 2010 ... Read More »

Teachers must expand their knowledge

VietNamNet Bridge – Professor Dr Le Kim Long, former principle of the Ha Noi University of Education, speaks to the newspaper Kinh te Do thi (Economic and Urban Affairs) on the impact of the 4.0 Revolution – the major economic shift currently underway, driven by new digital technologies – on Vietnamese teachers. The Ministry Education and Training (MOET) in 2010 ... Read More »

Teachers must expand their knowledge

VietNamNet Bridge – Professor Dr Le Kim Long, former principle of the Ha Noi University of Education, speaks to the newspaper Kinh te Do thi (Economic and Urban Affairs) on the impact of the 4.0 Revolution – the major economic shift currently underway, driven by new digital technologies – on Vietnamese teachers. The Ministry Education and Training (MOET) in 2010 ... Read More »

Ministry seeks hotlines for complaints over education, training

The Ministry of Education and Training has requested departments of education and training, nationwide, to set up hotlines to receive opinions and complaints relating to education and training. Hotlines set up to receive public complaints about education and training. The move is aimed at increasing public supervision over activities of the education and training sector, thus limiting shortcomings, according to ... Read More »

Unemployment rate down, but more university grads remain jobless

VietNamNet Bridge – While the general unemployment rate is declining, the unemployment rate among bachelor’s degree graduates is on the rise. The Ministry of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs‘ (MOLISA) Q2 labor bulletin showed that 1.08 million workers were unemployed, a decrease of 7,000 workers compared with the same period last year.  This means that the unemployment rate among ... Read More »