International experts have exchanged views on the latest research results assessing the multi-dimensional impacts of territorial disputes in the East Sea at an international seminar in Hanoi on October 9.
Duong Quoc Trung, a third-year student of Haoi-based British University, won first prize in a writing contest organised by the Peruvian Embassy and the Ministry of Education and Training.
A simple math question given to primary school students has led to a debate among parents, teachers and scholars.
Valedictorians with excellent marks at some universities in Vietnam cannot find jobs in their majors and have to accept positions outside their fields.
Recent research shows that Vietnamese students suffering from anxiety and depression has increased in recent years.
Dang Minh Tuan, a teacher with a good reputation who works at the Hanoi-Amsterdam High School for the Gifted, has become unwillingly famous for failing a civil service exam.
The third youth arts festival opened at Hanoi University of Fine Arts on August 20.
The Ministry of Information and Communications on Wednesday, August 13 appointed Mr. Le Nam Tra as MobiFone's general director.
Many artifacts of a large group of Cham temples dating back to the 10th century have been unveiled in Qua Giang 2 Village in Phuoc Hoa commune, Hoa Vang district of the central city of Da Nang.
While others are bursting with joy as they have passed the university entrance exams, poor students feel more worried than happy: they now have to think about how to earn money to fund their four-year university study.