The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) has kicked off a university accreditation process, but the criteria for quality assurance remain controversial.
More relaxed visa policies are an important factor for the tourism industry to boost competitiveness in the region and beyond.
Strong measures are being proposed to put struggling Vinalines, once a leading player in the shipping business, back afloat.
The decision by the government to remove junior colleges and vocational intermediate schools from the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) and merge them with the vocational training system has raised major concerns.
A conference on official statistics opened in Danang on October 8 by the International Association for Official Statistics (IAOS), providing a good chance for domestic and international statisticians to share experience and...
The Prime Minister has approved amendments to the framework of Vietnam's Support Programme to Respond to Climate Change (SP-RCC).
Minister of Transport Dinh La Thang requested the Vietnam Expressway Corporation (VEC) complete its restructuring plans so the process can be concluded in 2015.
HCM City authorities aim to prevent flooding in six out of 11 areas in the city but work has been completed at only one site, according to the city's Transport Department.
The Prime Minister has been asked to allow foreign cruise ships to keep their casinos open during their stopovers in Vietnam.
Hanoi Ensemble will stage a free-admission performance at the JF Garage Concert 'J-Classic' for music enthusiasts at the courtyard of the Japan Foundation Center for Cultural Exchange in Hanoi on October 4.