The cut-throat race for top education in Vietnam starts young
Authorities in central Vietnam have accelerated the foundation of a not-for-profit international financial institute, a project in cooperation with the University of New South Wales in Australia
A plan to comprehensively transform Vietnam’s national education will include the elimination of its annual nationwide high school exam as a prerequisite for graduation
A Japanese man has worked for two years to turn his noodle shop in Ho Chi Minh City into a place where local youngsters can learn the Japanese language for free while diners are enjoying Udon
“We would be eager to have more students from Vietnam,” Harvard’s 28th president said during her trip to Vietnam from March 21 to 26.
Prof. Drew Gilpin Faust, President of Harvard University, gave a talk Thursday morning to students at the Ho Chi Minh City University of Social Sciences and Humanities
60 high school students studying French in Ho Chi Minh City gathered at an education session held by the French Consulate General on Tuesday to promote French cooking courses
'They would say I’m crazy and isolated, but what’s wrong if I keep on singing?'
The U.S. Embassy in Hanoi’s EducationUSA Advising Center will host the free EducationUSA Higher Education Spring Fair this week
The swimming classes will be offered between March and August for children aged from eight to 16 years old
Vietnam will soon offer the first doctoral course in Buddhist studies, officials have said at the inauguration of a research institute in Hanoi
The Australia Awards Scholarships 2017 applications are open from Feb 1 to Mar 31
A septuagenarian Japanese professor has just established a scholarship fund worth almost US$45,000 for poor college and university students in the central Vietnamese city of Da Nang
While education is compared to ‘human cultivation,' children in the northern province of Ha Giang, one of Vietnam’s poorest provinces, are like buds that thrive each day despite their hardship
A Vietnamese math professor who earned his doctorate at Harvard University has found joy in educating children in his home country
From 2018, Taiwanese students from third grade will be offered Vietnamese as a foreign language