(CPV) - Students from 84 universities/colleges across Vietnam participated in the financial literacy art and communication competition with eight students and one university awarded VND48 million in cash prizes. Visa and the Central Committee of Vietnam Students’ Association (CCVSA) on November 2nd announced the winners of the 2016 “Practical Money Skills” competition. Around 800 entries were tasked with creating inspirational phrases and art works to promote financial literacy concepts to their peers. Twenty of the best entries were on display during the program’s closing event, with the Hanoi Architectural University being awarded VND10 million for having the overall greatest student participation in. The eight best student entries were awarded a share of VND38 million in Visa prepaid cards. The winners were graded on the number of total points they received based on their alignment with the topic of financial literacy, creativity, humor, educational value, … [Read more...] about Eight best student entries win Practical Money Skills competition
Best student cities
VietNamNet Bridge - Exam markers have warned that the average scores that students received after the national exam will be too high, thus making it difficult for schools to decide which students to enroll. Schools have geared up their exam marking as there are 10 fewer days than previous years to finish the marking. Nguyen Xuan Binh, head of the Vinh University’s Training Division, said the school has marked 100 bags of exam papers in social sciences exam subjects, and 150 bags of exam papers in natural sciences. Exam markers noted that many examinees got good marks of 7, 8 and 9, predicting that the average scores from the national exam will be very high this year. Trinh Minh Thu, vice president of the Hanoi Water Resources University, noted that there were many marks of 5-7 in math and 7-8 than in previous years. Students mostly got 5-7 for literature. Kieu Xuan Thuc, head of the training division of the Hanoi Industry University, noted that most marks were 5-7 have … [Read more...] about Universities in doubt how to enroll the best students
Vietnamese universities fail to attract the most excellent and the richest students, because they choose to go studying abroad when feeling disappointed about the domestic university education. Vietnamese students always dream of going studying abroad According to Open Doors 2011, the number of Vietnamese students studying at the universities in the US in the 2010-2011 academic year increased from 13, 112 to 14,888 students. Vietnam now ranks the 8th among the countries which have the highest numbers of students studying in the US. Five years ago, it was at the 20th position. Considering education as a “non-smoke economic branch”, the US has made its education become the dream of millions of students from all countries in the world. The number of students going to the US to attend training courses increased by five percent this year. According to the US Department of Commerce, international students bring 21 billion dollars in turnover to the country. University … [Read more...] about Vietnamese universities losing best students?
The copies of an essay about money written by a Vietnamese high school student has been passed from hand to hand among old people, while thousands of young people have accessed to Internet to read the moving essay. The author of the essay is Nguyen Trung Hieu, and 11th grader of the Hanoi-Amsterdam High School for the gifted in Hanoi, the school which gathers the best students of the capital city. In the composition, Hieu showed his thoughts about money and explained why he both liked and hated money, he appreciates and disliked money, and why he gets broken hearted because of money. The essay was so moving that Dang Nguyet Anh, the teacher of Hieu, and all Hieu's classmates once burst into tears when Anh read the essay before the class. VnExpress' reporters met Hieu at the waiting room of the Hanoi-Amsterdam High School. Hieu said he could not imagine before that his essay would become so popular one day. "I simply wrote what I thought about money as per the request by the … [Read more...] about Poor student’s essay about the money touch the hearts of millions of people
Under the theme “Liberate your Talents”, students will participate in four rounds including Knowledge Blaze from February 3rd-4th (students will do online multiple-choice questions in various fields at their home, finding the best 400 ones of each grade in the North and South region for next round), Skill Forge from March 3rd-4th (students gathering at locations selected by the organizers, testing Mathematics and Science knowledge), searching for the best 50 ones of each grade in the North and South region for next round); Confront the Battle on March 18th (students enjoying knock-out by showing their power with speaking and presentation skills, seeking the best one of each grade in the North and South region for the final round).Photos: Thu Hang-ATPFollowing the rotary mechanism, the final round Liberate your Talents set to host in Hanoi on April 1st among 10 best students, all expenses will be covered by the organizing board. Topics will cover subjects on social and … [Read more...] about English Champion 2018 to lure 30,000 students nationwide