Category Archives: Science

Cargill builds four more schools in Vietnam

Cargill Vietnam has opened its 96th school in Vietnam, which was built with funding sourced from Cargill Cares, in the Central Highlands province of DakLak.   The HoaThuyTien (Daffodil) kindergarten in Dlieya commune in Krong Nang district has four new

Vietnam, New Zealand enhance cooperation in education, agriculture

Vietnam and New Zealand will continue their cooperation in education, including university-to-university programs, advanced online educational models, English courses, and alumni initiatives. Under their Strategic Engagement Plan on Education for the period from 2020 to 2023, which was renewed on

New Zealand helps improve Vietnam’s vocational training

An agreement on enhancing cooperation in the field of vocational education and training and skills development between Vietnam and New Zealand was signed in Hanoi on July 20.   The agreement was signed between Wendy Matthews, New Zealand Ambassador to

Millions of children at risk of dropping out of school amid COVID-19

Save the Children, a London-based NGO, warned that the COVID-19 pandemic is causing an unprecedented educational emergency. As the world’s schools shut their doors, 9.7 million children may never return. The organization cited figures from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and

Ministry to support Vietnamese students in US

After the US adjusted its temporary visa regulations, the Ministry of Education and Training has said that US universities will take specific measures to protect the rights of Vietnamese students pursuing studies in the country.   The ministry called on

Defense Minister calls for more science-technology cooperation with Russia

– The Vietnam-Russia Tropical Center has contributed greatly to developing science, technology, economy, defense, and security in Vietnam and Russia, strengthening their comprehensive strategic partnership, said Defense Minister General Ngo Xuan Lich during a working session with the center in

International students may need to leave US if their universities transition to online-only learning

International students who are pursuing degrees in the US will have to leave the country or risk deportation if their universities switch to online-only courses, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced Monday.  ICE said the US Department of State will

Technology key to success for HCM City’s smart transport system

After two years of applying technology to traffic management, HCM City’s goal to develop a smart transport system, one of the key components of its smart city project, has achieved success.   Solutions have been applied for various traffic problems

Information transparency, public trust contribute to Vietnam’s COVID-19 success

Swiss news portal Watson.ch has posted an article saying information transparency and public trust are important to Vietnam’s COVID-19 fight. According to the article, there are four reasons for Vietnam’s success. First, the Vietnamese government quickly imposed control after discovering

Tra Vinh University named in 2020 World’s Universities with Real Impact rankings

Tra Vinh University was the only university in Vietnam named among the  Top 100 World’s Universities with Real Impact (WURI) rankings for 2020, the university reported on June 15. It ranked 86th in the WURI ranking for 2020 and was 24th