The cut-throat race for top education in Vietnam starts young
In light of a recent circular requiring each student to be commended based on multifaceted performance rather than test results, grade school teachers in Vietnam have come up with creative, yet debatable, ways to comply with the new regulation
Six Nobel laureates are scheduled to gather at an international workshop held as part of the famous months-long “Rencontres du Vietnam” meeting
A 7-year-old boy in the south-central province of Binh Dinh surprised parents and teachers with his fluent, natural English despite never having attended an English class
Two Vietnamese students have won a merit award at the FuturArc Prize 2016 contest
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday launched Vietnam's first privately funded university
An architecture student from Gia Lai Province in Vietnam’s Central Highlands with a passion for astronomy spends his free time capturing photos of nebulas and galaxies thousands of light years away to add to his collection
Two students from a Ho Chi Minh City high school have won a third prize at an international science-engineering fair held in the U.S. this month with their all-terrain wheelchair
Questions teachers intend to have their students tackle with excitement turn out to be shocking and inappropriate
Khoa Nguyen, a student at the University of Exeter, has been sought after for employment by Google, Apple, BlackRock, Goldman Sachs, HSBC, and Bank of England
Nearly half of students surveyed consider ‘work-life balance’ one of their top priorities
Teachers, parents and students of primary schools in the central city of Da Nang are now benefiting from a program that has seen trees planted on their campuses, cooling the baking atmosphere as local officials apply a ‘green school’ model to protect the environment
Were the teachers dreaming that day?
The 2016 French-Vietnamese Job Fair will take place at the Novotel Saigon Center in District 1 on May 14 from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm
Good news for Vietnamese who want to study in Canadian universities: a new scholarship program is now available to help fund their studies in the North American country
'It is never too old to learn'