Point 3 of Article 4 in Circular No.23 states that universities can self-define the level of learning fees for high-quality programs on the basis of precise and sufficient calculation of the expense for the whole course to fulfill all commitments and make exemption for students under state financial-supported policies. … [Read more...] about High-quality programs of tertiary education showing weaknesses
Authorities in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City remain hesitant about when to reopen schools after weeks-long closures due to the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) epidemic, as the Vietnamese Ministry of Education and Training has asked that schools of all levels welcome back students next month. … [Read more...] about Hanoi, Saigon undecided as education ministry asks schools to reopen in March
What vocational training will Nisai offer in Vietnam? Vocational education plays an important role in enhancing the human capital of countries in the region to bring it more in line with current industry demands. In addition to Cambridge International programmes we aim to work collaboratively with mission-aligned organisations to bring in professional development courses, vocational programmes, and functional English, which is more vocation-based than academic English. This type of programme is suitable for those who would choose a vocational pathway rather than university. We want to begin with students at a completely zero base and bring them up. … [Read more...] about UK-based education group Nisai officially enters Vietnam
Traditional education with interactions between teachers and students, familiar for many years is believed to be the most effective education method. Traditional education with interactions between teachers and students, familiar for many years is believed to be the most effective education method. … [Read more...] about Online education remains unfamiliar in Vietnam
Universities are places which gather the elite of the society, so they have to carry out research. However, the ‘spirit’ of the schools must be the teaching. It is research institutes which need restructuring, because scientific research is their task. The suggestion has been lauded by some experts. Tran Hong Quan, former Minister of Education and Training, thinks that the idea is suitable to the 4.0 era. In the new circumstances of the next-generation industrial revolution, science and tertiary education should be associated. … [Read more...] about Vietnam needs to re-organize the education ministry?