With strong purchasing power, young population structure, strong Internet platform, preferential corporate tax policies of 15 per cent and a surge in FDI inflows with a total registered capital of $36 billion last year, Việt Nam is heading towards high-tech industrial agriculture and other supporting industries. … [Read more...] about PM welcomes Australian firms to Vietnam
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He told Thanh Niên (Young People) newspaper that in the last five years, some 20 legal documents such as decrees, circulars, instructions and directives have been sent by the MoET to provincial People's Committees to urge them to ensure students' safety. … [Read more...] about Schools urged to prevent accidents during extracurricular activities
ISPH is the first new international school to open within Ha Noi in the past three years and is the first new opening since the Government eased strict regulations on admissions. Under the new Decree 86, local children can now make up to half of an international school’s student body. Previously, the percentages of Vietnamese primary and secondary students in international schools were limited to 10% and 20% respectively. … [Read more...] about The newest international school in Ha Noi to open in August 2019!
It is predicted Việt Nam will need some 400,000 people in the ICT sector by 2020. The Government has focused on increasing the number of highly skilled engineers, organising studies and supporting hi-tech start-ups as part of the science and technology development strategy in the 2011-20 period. … [Read more...] about ICT improvements needed
Australian and Vietnamese education authorities discussed how schools could organise teaching and learning activities, teachers’ capacity building, digitalisation in school management, innovative lecturing and curriculum design, and how international partnerships could help. … [Read more...] about Australia explores partnerships with Vietnamese schools