David Puttnam talks high school students about education development

Lord David Puttnam talks with students and teachers in Le Hong Phong Senior High School on January 29 about how education develop to meet globally intellectual economic market and technology to improve skill workforce.

During the visit to Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia and Burma, Lord David Puttnam, the UK Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy had a talk with students and teachers in Le Hong Phong Senior High School on January 29 about how to develop education to meet globally intellectual economic market and technology to improve skill workforce.

The conversation generated around what globally intellectual economic market and what education should grow to meet the developing trend of intellectual economic market. David Puttnam said that students should familiarize with team or group work and  have creativeness in working and studying to adapt with global education environment.

Accordingly, Vietnam should strengthen technology application for faster globalization.

The aim of Lord David Puttnam’s visit to Vietnam is to develop the relation between Vietnam and the UK in the fields of cooperation and education growth.

Students of Le Hong Phong Senior High School posed questions on education growth and integration at the talk.

Douglas Anthony Barners, UK Consul General in Ho Chi Minh City attended the conversation.

By Khanh Binh - Translated by Anh Quan

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