Vũ Hoài Phương, director of Huế Tourism College in Thừa Thiên-Huế Province, said collaboration with foreign vocational training colleges helped Vietnamese counterparts approach international standard curricula. Graduates from Huế Tourism College’s two courses on resort management and tour guide training following Australian standards secure improved job opportunities. … [Read more...] about International vocational training to be extended
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Hanoi (VNA) - The Vietnamese national women’s football team had their first training session on February 17 to prepare for the play-off round with Australia to earn a ticket to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Earlier, the team convened at the Vietnam Youth Football Training Centre in Hanoi and implemented health testing requirements by the Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) and the Ministry of Health to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Head coach Mai Duc Chung said he will raise the strength and skills for his players in the first training sessions and then the team will have two friendly matches with the men’s team on February 24 and February 26. The men’s team will include former players in the national U23 team and national senior team. Early next month, Vietnam will leave for Australia to take part in the first-leg tie which will be held at the McDonald Jones Stadium in Newcastle, Australia, on March 6. The stadium is home to A-League … [Read more...] about Vietnamese women prepare for match against Australians
ROTTERDAM — Gael Monfils won his second ATP title in as many weeks on Sunday in Rotterdam before insisting that he still has a Grand Slam victory in him despite being 33. … [Read more...] about At 33, Monfils hopes it’s not too late to win Slam
The newswire quoted Nguyen’s father, Nguyen Pham – who lived with his son for six months at the club’s headquarters in the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai in 2009 – as saying that the coach had been asking other players, especially the Thais, to isolate the Vietnamese-American player. … [Read more...] about Why couldn’t Lee Nguyen have high-flying career in Vietnam as in MLS?
Hanoi (VNS/VNA) - Private higher education plays an important role in promoting human resource quality, however, policies to develop private universities still face obstacles. Educational experts think that the key goal is to address obstacles in the relations between the State and private sector to reduce pressure on public universities. Vietnam’s education strategy in the 2009-2020 period aims to expand private higher education institutions so that 40 percent of students select private universities. However, this target seems out of reach as in recent years, the number of students enrolling in private universities has kept declining. It is estimated that currently only 15 percent of students nationwide register for private higher education. A lot of majors at private universities no longer exist because they did not enroll enough students. Vietnam’s experiences run counter to an emerging trend in developing countries in which public education investment drops and … [Read more...] about Private higher education institutions face hurdles