The Hanoitimes – Vietnam’s Ministry of Education and Training (MoET) has made efforts to review and amend investment incentive policies and crafted a specific mechanism to encourage the operations of non-profit foreign-invested training units. As a country with a high demand for education at international standard institutions, Vietnam has seen a steadiy increase in the number of foreign-invested projects in the education sector in recent years, local media reported. Attracting foreign investment into the education and training sector has garnered special attention from the Vietnamese government over the past few of years. Five years since the government’s Decree No.73/2012 came into force, regulating foreign investment in the field of education, the number of foreign investment projects in education has more than tripled from 111 in 2012 to 374 in 2017. Currently, nearly 20,000 kids are enrolled at diverse foreign-invested education facilities from the preschool to the high school level, and about 8,000 students are enrolled at foreign-invested universities in Vietnam. There are 28 preschool institutions, 29 schools teaching from preschool to high school, and five higher education institutions, besides about 300 schools training professional, informatics, and foreign language skills. Foreign investment in Vietnam’s education is increasing. Photo: D.T Foreign-invested… Read full this story
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