Vietnam has 42,000 educational establishments.
Vietnam shines at international, regional Olympiads 2017.
Vietnam’s achievements at international chemistry, maths, physics olympiads
Four universities in Vietnam have been evaluated and accredited for meeting international standards by the High Council for Evaluation of Research and Higher Education (HCERES) in France.
The Vietnamese delegation finished third at the Intel International Science and Technology Fair (Intel ISEF), which took place from May 13-19 in Los Angeles, the United States.
Russia’s National Research Nuclear University (MEPhI) has granted graduation certificates to 28 Vietnamese students, who completed a six-year course on nuclear technology.
The Vietnamese student team won 20 gold medals at the seventh World Mathematics Team Championship (WMTC) in Seoul, the Republic of Korea.
Vietnam has made significant headway in English language education in the last few years, but needs to move faster to achieve its targets.
Japanese JP Holdings company plans to invest a high quality kindergarten education project in the central city of Da Nang from next year with an estimated capital of 5 million USD.
On the morning of September 9th, Cần Thơ University opened 2016-2017 new school year.