Trương Anh Dũng, deputy director general of the Directorate of Vocational EducationViet Nam News Trương Anh Dũng, deputy director general of the Directorate of Vocational Education under the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs talks to Tuổi trẻ (Youth) newspaper on the need for co-operation between the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) and the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) in education and job training Do you know why there is a still a gap in educational management between the MOET and the MOLISA? In 2017, all colleges and vocational schools nationwide – which were under the management of the MOET – were returned to the MOLISA. At first, we faced certain challenges. However, by late 2017 and early 2018, things had gradually returned to normal, despite the fact that occupational and vocational schools still face certain operational challenges. Before 2017, MOET and MOLISA were … [Read more...] about Universities, colleges and vocational schools will use the same entrance test
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Students of the professional bachelor’s degree in international trade, a joint programme between the HCM City Open University and University De Rouen Normandie in France. — Photo Courtesy of the HCM City Open University Viet Nam News Gia Lộc HCM CITY— Since Phạm Thị Bạch Ngọc, who is majoring in English at the HCM City Open University, plans to go to a European country for a master’s degree, she applied for a professional bachelor’s degree in international trade. That is a joint programme between the open university and France’s University De Rouen Normandie. The programme would be a “stepping stone for me to study for a master’s degree in European countries,” Ngọc said. According to the HCM City Open University, students of the programme like her stand a better chance to get a scholarship for a master’s degree. Ngọc said it would help her become a “global … [Read more...] about Students benefit as VN, foreign universities collaborate for joint programmes
VietNamNet Bridge – Many universities in Vietnam do not have libraries. Others have libraries, but there, 21 students have to share one seat. Dao Thi Linh, a student of the Van Lang Junior College, said that her school only has two rooms which contain some 200 old books. “There are no textbooks for our subjects or reference books. Lecturers always tell us what books we have to buy. I don’t know when the school will have a library. The school has asked us to contribute books to the school’s library,” Linh said. Other students in Hanoi, who come from the Hanoi Economics University and Polytechnique, and Dong Do people founded University, also said they never had their own libraries. “Even the campuses are rented,” they complained. Nguyen Thi Chuyen, a student of Dong Do people founded University, said that the campus on Ton That Tung street is not the school’s main site, therefore, there is no library for students. … [Read more...] about Universities with no libraries
VietNamNet Bridge - In August 2013, Russian President Putin signed a decree approving the 5TOP100 project which aims to put at least five Russian schools into the list of 100 best universities in the world. Six years before that, in July 2007, Vietnamese President Nguyen Tan Dung approved a plan on the development of universities and junior colleges in Vietnam in 2006-2020, which calls for at least one school to enter the list of 200 best schools in the world by 2020. In early September 2015, the Government Office released the Prime Minister’s conclusion that from now to 2020, the Hanoi National University and HCM City National University will be developed into universities of excellence -- the leading schools of Vietnam which will step by step develop into schools with regional and international stature. When asked whether it is difficult to become one of the world’s 100 best schools, Le Truong Tung, president of FPT University, said Vietnamese schools have to … [Read more...] about Can Vietnam have a university in the world’s top 100?
Editor’s note:Cao Huy Tuong is a Vietnamese research assistant at the University of Adelaide. He sent this piece to Tuoi Tre News after three scientists won the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics for their decisive contributions to the LIGO detector and the observation of gravitational waves. About 1.4 billion years ago, two lonely massive black holes collided, spiraled and … [Read more...] about 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics: Vietnamese researcher on the symphony of the universe Info Alert Alert Chia sẻ bài viết qua e-mail