In this school year, four VAS students became “Top in Country” during IGCSE, AS, and A Level (May and June, 2020). At the Grade 10 IGCSE, 84 per cent of VAS students scored average results from A+ to C (excellent to fair), 30 per cent of whom scored from A+ to A- (excellent to good). At the A Level examination for 12th graders, 72 per cent of VAS students scored average results from A+ to C. … [Read more...] about Fourteen VAS students win scholarships worth more than $1.74 million for overseas study
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VAS is a school system with 16 years of experience in teaching international bilingual programmes with nearly 9,500 students from kindergarten to grade 12 attending seven campuses. Apart from the three Cambridge-based learning pathways, the school also focuses on developing core values, talent, and community activities for students, and helps them reach their full potential and grow up with a high sense of responsibility. … [Read more...] about VAS students: Dynamic, bold and ready to embrace the world!
“We’re also very happy to be launching the second round of applications for 2020. This decision was informed by feedback from our education agent partners, as well as Vietnamese students and parents who are still wishing to find the right scholarship opportunity in New Zealand. When the time is right, we look forward to welcoming the winning scholarship students to New Zealand and into our exceptional secondary schools,” Ben Burrowes added. … [Read more...] about Winners of New Zealand scholarships 2020 announced
Hanoi (VNA) – As many as 144 people, both children and adults, were granted with the first-ever “Learning never ends” scholarship by the Vietnam Association for Promoting Education (VAPE) in Hanoi on June 14. Among the beneficiaries, the youngest is a first grader and the oldest 81 years old. They also include 11 from ethnic minority groups. Of the 46 adults, there are 29 farmers, three industrial workers, and seven teachers and education management cadres, while the rest are communal-level civil servants and public employees. The remaining 98 are students from the first to the 12th grades, including 10 with disabilities. All have strived to overcome difficulties and illnesses to pursue learning and reap good outcomes, according to the VAPE. Addressing the presentation ceremony, Vice President Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh said the 144 scholarship recipients from 20 northern provinces and cities have made their own efforts to follow late President Ho Chi Minh’s … [Read more...] about Scholarships presented to encourage learning among all
HCM City (VNA) - The Vu A Dinh Scholarship Fund and its “For the Beloved Hoang Sa and Truong Sa” club granted 160 scholarships to disadvantaged students in HCM City on July 2. Scholarships for 100 ethnic minority students were worth 1.5 million VND (65 USD) each, while those for 60 children of officers and staff of the local border force were 1 million VND each. Recipients demonstrated outstanding results in the 2019-2020 academic year despite facing a range of difficulties. Former Vice State President Truong My Hoa, who is also Chairwoman of the fund and head of the club, lauded the students’ efforts in overcoming difficulties and posting remarkable academic results. Developing young human resources is an important task of the Party and the Government, she went on, and she hopes the scholarships will become a source of encouragement for recipients in the future. The Vu A Dinh Scholarship Fund - named after a young ethnic liaison boy who was killed during the … [Read more...] about Scholarships granted to disadvantaged students in HCM City