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Education experts raise concern over doctoral training project

Several Vietnamese education experts have expressed concern over the Ministry of Education and Training’s VND12 trillion (USD545.4 million) project to train around 9,000 PhDs by 2025. Vietnamese education experts have expressed concern over the project to train around 9,000 PhDs by 2025 Dr. Le Viet Khuyen, former deputy head of Tertiary Education Department under the ... Read More »

Students in the limelight after meeting heads of state, and Jack Ma

Several Vietnamese female students have won public attention after meeting US President Donald Trump and Alibaba Chairman Jack Ma. On the evening of November 11, Pham Ngoc Ha My, a student of the Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam presented flowers to US President Donald Trump at Noi Bai International Airport during his state visit to Vietnam, at the invitation of President ... Read More »

High school students win top prizes at tech creativity competitions

VietNamNet Bridge – The passion for knowledge has helped students from district high schools invent  machines useful for people and businesses in the central province of Ha Tinh. Tran Van Phong and Bui Long Nhat  Tran Van Phong and Bui Long Nhat from Cam Xuyen High School have created a machine that distributes feed to farmed fish. The product won ... Read More »

Dubai Airshow: Boeing wins $15bn order from Emirates

Boeing kicked off the first day of the Dubai Airshow by announcing the first big sales news of the five-day event. Emirates flies more than 160 Boeing 777 planes – Photo: EMIRATES Emirates has ordered 40 Boeing 787 Dreamliners in a deal worth about $15bn (£11.3bn) at list prices. The Dubai airline’s chairman, Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed al-Maktoum, said the ... Read More »

Can a chatbot help you find love?

 I’ve been nervously chatting to Lara on the dating platform for two minutes. She’s flattered me about my age (‘so young!’) and she says she’s going to take care of me. Source link Read More »

Iraq-Iran earthquake: Deadly tremor hits border region

A strong 7.3-magnitude earthquake has rattled the northern border region between Iran and Iraq, killing more than a hundred people. Many Baghdad residents left their houses for the streets when the quake struck. At least 129 people have died in western Iran’s Kermanshah province, officials told state media. Four more have been reported dead in Iraq. The death toll is ... Read More »

Students who shun physical education are said to be “lazy”

VietNamNet Bridge – Educators believe that poor facilities and unreasonable curricula are why students dislike physical education lessons. But others blame it on laziness.  Nguyen Tung Lam, headmaster of Dinh Tien Hoang High School, said that students and curriculum designers are mistaken about the role of physical training. He said everyone, from preschool to university, needs physical training and exercises ... Read More »

Education quality assurance holds key to qualified workforce: workshop

VietNamNet Bridge – Quality assurance to uplift higher education will ensure a country has a highly qualified workforce, Assoc Prof Nantana Gajaseni, acting chairwoman of the ASEAN University Network – Quality Assurance (AUN-QA), has said. The Viet Nam National University-HCM City. The university has the largest number of programmes assessed by the ASEAN University Network – Quality Assurance. — Photo ... Read More »

School reforms to offer autonomy

 VietNamNet Bridge – Professor Nguyen Minh Thuyet, chief editor of the new curriculum for comprehensive education reform, talks to Giao duc Viet Nam (Vietnam Education) e-newspaper Source link Read More »