The Department of Education and Training in Ho Chi Minh City has asked school leaders to increase students’ knowledge about cybercrimes to ensure digital learning is conducted in a safe and responsible manner.
The global financial markets are seeing a growing trend that is leaning towards cryptocurrency. This will undoubtedly mark an important milestone in the history of international payment methodology, especially when major financial institutions begin to accept this form of currency.
In a bid to encourage destitute ethnic minority students who are studying in higher educational institutions in Ho Chi Minh City, the Students Assistance Center in Ho Chi Minh City announced scholarships for 2021.
To enhance the quality of career consultation at high schools and routing high school and secondary school students, schools in Ho Chi Minh City have had approaches including direct career guidance for students, indirect consultations through brochures, on websites, and career counselling apps.
In response to proposals of nonpublic schools for opening journalism and communications major, Vietnamese Ministry of Education and Training replied that nonpublic universities are not allowed to open the major.
Vietnamese Ministry of Education and Training has just decided to add Korean in the national high school examination so that candidates can sit for Korean test for graduation as well as applying for universities in 2021.
The Department of Education and Training in Ho Chi Minh City has just proposed to have supporting policy on tuition fee for primary children in private schools to promote equality between public and non-public schools and between students.
Due to the Covid-19 impact, the Ministry of Education and Training has yet announced exam date as well as exam and enrollment regulations in 2021. The national high school exam is scheduled to take place on July 7 and 8.
The Department of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs in Ho Chi Minh City has implemented various solutions to help improve vocational training for the past time. Different approaches have produced interestingly fruitful results.
Decree No.04/2021/ND-CP on sanction of administrative violations in education domain, issued by the Government, is officially into effect as of today. This decree will replace Decree No.138/2013. Law and education experts praised this new decree as it regulates punishments for new law breaking activities and introduces new content related to autonomy in education.