Hanoi (VNS/VNA) - The Ministry of Education and Training is to implement the Vietnam National Qualifications Framework (VQF). This will stipulate the minimum learning outcomes for a tertiary level, meaning all majors at one level must meet the minimum output standards specified in the framework. “The biggest social responsibility of a higher education institution is the production of people with professional skills and soft skills to effectively serve the development of society,” said Nguyen Thu Thuy, Acting Director of Higher Education Department, Ministry of Education and Training. “We are not only training human resources for the domestic market but also towards the regional and world markets. “The objectives of the VQS is the equivalent recognition of Vietnamese diplomas, certificates and qualifications to those of regional and international diplomas, certificates, and degrees. Consequently, Vietnam can source our manpower to the world.” According … [Read more...] about Ministry develops standard for universities
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Acting Minister of Health Nguyen Thanh Long said on Thursday that the biggest outbreaks, in Da Nang, Quang Nam and Hai Duong, have "basically been brought under control," with the number of new cases markedly dropping of late. … [Read more...] about Da Nang to test all of its 2,200 foreigners for Covid-19
HCM City (VNS/VNA) - Universities have developed a variety of assistance programmes to help students access higher education, including loans, scholarships, housing and food aid. Hong Bang International University in HCM City, for instance, is cooperating with Sacombank to provide preferential loans for its students. The loan term for four years of study is 10 years. Parents and students can apply for the loan at any Sacombank branch in the country. Students can also use the bank’s credit card to pay tuition fees at Hong Bang International University. They can pay in installments at the interest of zero percent within a 24 month period. Dr Ho Thanh Phong, rector of Hong Bang International University, said: “The assistance programme is expected to help students in financial difficulties, especially those caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.” “We expect Vietnam’s young … [Read more...] about Universities offer assistance to students as tuition fees increase
Nguyen Truong Hieu, a 12th grader at Phan Chau Trinh School in Da Nang, Vietnam's biggest Covid-19 hotspot now, said he had been stressed out for a week after "Patient 416", a 57-year-old man, was confirmed infected on July 25, ending Vietnam's 99-day streak without community transmission. … [Read more...] about Vietnam to conduct high school exam in two phases amid fresh Covid-19 outbreak
Covid-19 response and diplomatic influence: The Lowy Institute’s Asia Power Index published last month found that Vietnam’s international image was one of the Asia-Pacific’s best improvers this year, with its score on diplomatic influence gaining six percentage points, according to Asia Times Financial. … [Read more...] about How Vietnam weathers global health crisis and rises?