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Life skills class mushrooming, but not all live up to expectations

VietNamNet Bridge – Parents scurrying to send their children to the many life skills classes blooming in the big cities has been a trend that has been picking up lately.  Primary school students in Ha Noi attend a four-day ’Military term’ programme during summer vacation. The programme aims to teach the basic military skills of ... Read More »

HCM City needs 3,000 more teachers for new school year

VietNamNet Bridge – Public schools in HCM City need to hire nearly 3,000 teachers for the upcoming academic year starting next month since the number of students and classrooms are set to increase, Sai Gon Giai Phong (Liberated Sai Gon) newspaper reported quoting figures from district education divisions. Public schools in HCM City need nearly 3,000 new teachers for the ... Read More »

Brothers win medals at international Olympiads

VietNamNet Bridge – The brothers Vu Ngoc Minh and Vu Hong Anh from Hai Phong City have had great success at international competitions, as have brothers from other Vietnamese families.  Vu Ngoc Minh and Vu Hong Anh The elder brother, Minh, twice won a gold medal at International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO) when he was a student at the High School ... Read More »

Hanoi faces school shortage in new urban areas

Concerns about severe school shortage have been raised as Hanoi is flooded with apartment building projects without new parks or schools.     Rapid urbanisation leads to school shortage Pham Thi Thu Huyen, vice chairman of Thanh Tri District, said the number of children in nursery schools increased by 6,600 and 500 pupils in primary schools, mostly in areas with ... Read More »

Hanoi faces school shortage in new urban areas

Concerns about severe school shortage have been raised as Hanoi is flooded with apartment building projects without new parks or schools.     Rapid urbanisation leads to school shortage Pham Thi Thu Huyen, vice chairman of Thanh Tri District, said the number of children in nursery schools increased by 6,600 and 500 pupils in primary schools, mostly in areas with ... Read More »

The ‘chemistry golden boys’

VietNamNet Bridge – They are known as the three ‘chemistry golden boys because they won gold medals at the 49th IChO and all of them have ‘golden virtues’. Dinh Quang Hieu Dinh Quang Hieu, a student at the High School for the Gifted at Hanoi National University, won the gold medal at an international competition for the second time. At ... Read More »

Education Ministry urged to reconsider 2-in-1 exam

VietNamNet Bridge – Analysts say that nearly 100 percent of students can pass the new 2-in-1 exam, which indicates it is ineffective. All cities and provinces have reported a high percentage of students passing the national high school finals. The proportions are 99.83 percent in Binh Duong, 99.06 percent I Ben Tre and 98.8 percent in Binh Phuoc.  The poor ... Read More »

Education Ministry urged to reconsider 2-in-1 exam

VietNamNet Bridge – Analysts say that nearly 100 percent of students can pass the new 2-in-1 exam, which indicates it is ineffective. All cities and provinces have reported a high percentage of students passing the national high school finals. The proportions are 99.83 percent in Binh Duong, 99.06 percent I Ben Tre and 98.8 percent in Binh Phuoc.  The poor ... Read More »

Floor mark hits record high, race to colleges will be fierce

VietNamNet Bridge – The floor mark of 15.5 that the Ministry of Education Training (MOET) has set for this year’s enrollment season is the highest threshold set since the ministry began organizing national high-school final exams. MOET on July 12 announced a decision to set the floor mark for this year at 15.5, or 0.5 mark higher than previous years. ... Read More »

Rise in Vietnamese students to New Zealand

As the number of Vietnamese students heading to New Zealand’s universities continues to grow, ENZ today welcomed results of the 2018 QS World University Rankings which revealed all eight of the country’s universities are ranked in the top 3 percent of leading universities worldwide. Moreover, the overall higher education system of New Zealand ranked seventh best in the world in ... Read More »