New students are paying tuition fee for the academic year of 2020 in HCMC University of Food Industry.

University fee to witness significant rise

The Ministry of Education and Training (MoET) has just gathered ideas for the final draft of the new decree regarding the mechanism for collecting tuition fees applicable to educational institutions in the national education system. This new decree will introduce many ceilings for each specific training type and institution type, most of which will be higher than the current ones.

HCMC allocates land for education purpose

HCMC allocates land for education purpose

The Ho Chi Minh City Fatherland Front Committee proposed reviewing the number of schools, facilities to allocate land for building school with the aim to have 300 classroom per 10,000 population.

Changes in tuition fee in 2019

Changes in tuition fee in 2019

As per the decree No. 86, public schools and self-financing facilities are entitled to raise tuition fee once every two year whereas other public higher educational institutions subsidized by the government will change tuition fee annually.
HCMC not to increase tuition fee this year

HCMC not to increase tuition fee this year

People’s Committee in Ho Chi Minh City has approved the Department of Education and Training’s proposal not to increase tuition fee of the academic year 2018-2019

student Le Minh Tu shares what difficulties she has faced (Photo: SGGP)

Disabled get shortchanged by higher education system

Passing university entrance exams with high marks, some disable students have still been refused by many universities for health reasons or facing many difficults in study at schools.
 
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Schools asked to collect tuition fee in accordance with law

The Ministry of Education and Training has sent its document to public facilities of higher education and vocational training institutions, asking them to collect tuition fee of the academic year 2017-2018 in accordance with the law.