The surveys carried out within the framework of the projects on finance education for students have shown surprising things about how Vietnamese students spend money, and pointed out that parents still keep puzzled in managing their children’s spending. Spending money to show the upper classes in the society A lot of families complain that they do not have enough time to take care for their children. A lot of parents decide to make up for this by giving more money to children, so that they can find amusement activities themselves. The “money abundance” and the lack of strict management are the main reasons that make a part of students fall into social evils. From now to June 2012, the HCM City Education and Training Department, together with Save the Children, Citi Foundation, will bring the projects on finance education to the students of 50 high schools in HCM City. The surveys conducted within the framework of the projects can show surprising figures about the … [Read more...] about How Vietnamese students spend money?
â Vietnamese students are ambitious. They don't just want to study abroad, they want to attend top universities. But brains and a healthy bank balance are not enough in today's competitive world. Now, students have to know something about the establishment they apply to and the culture of the country. Yola Institue hopes to meet that need. It was founded by Khoa Pham, a graduate of Bates College, in Maine. And he says he is inundated by enquires from Vietnamese students eager to study in the US and who are befuddled by the requirements of SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) and TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) â basic requirements when it comes to studying in the US. According to the US-based Institute of International Education (IIE) Open Doors report released yesterday, Viet Nam is eighth in the world when it comes to sending students to the US to study. This year alone, nearly 14,900 Vietnamese students studied in the country, a 13.5-per cent increase compared … [Read more...] about Vietnamese students aim for top US schools
Outstanding students are honoured on the occasion of the 67th Traditional Day of Vietnamese Students, January 9, 2017 (Photo: VNA) Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh praised the role of students in the 4th industrial revolution and Vietnam’s integration into the world. “As a political, social organization of students, the Vietnamese Students’ Association needs to constantly reform itself to uphold young people’s passion and dedication. The Association needs to create an ideal environment for students to nurture their morality and develop their professionalism, and physical fitness, and to help students in their study, innovations, and start-ups,” Mr. Binh said. … [Read more...] about 68th Traditional Day of Vietnamese Students marked
Different opinions have been cited to explain the downgrading of the Vietnamese students' achievements at International Olympiads. However, mathematicians have agreed that the most important thing in teaching mathematics is not giving tricks to solve mathematics questions, but to arouse the love for mathematics. Prof. Ngo Bao Chau. The modest achievements gained by the Vietnamese students at the latest Mathematics Olympiad have shocks to many people, who always believe that Vietnam has been listed among the most mathematics powerful countries. All the six students attending the 52nd Mathematics Olympiad got medals, but no one won a gold medal. The Vietnamese team ranked the 31st out of the 90 teams of students attending the competition. This is the lowest grade Vietnam has ever gained at mathematics Olympiad. Professor Ngo Bao Chau, who has won the Fields Medal, the most honorable award in mathematics, thinks that it is because Vietnam has not made appropriate investments to … [Read more...] about Love for mathematics exists no longer among Vietnamese students?
Educators have alerted that Vietnamese studentsÃ¢ÂÂ achievements at international Olympiads have been decreasing, while calling for urgent actions to improve the downgrading. Vietnam has long since taken pride about its achievements at international mathematics, physics, informatics, biology, and chemistry Olympiads. However, a downward trend has appeared in the last few years. All the six students attending the 52nd Mathematics Olympiad got medals, but no one won gold medal. The Vietnamese team ranked the 31st out of the 90 teams of students attending the competition. This is the lowest grade Vietnam has ever gained at mathematics Olympiad. Vietnam began sending students to the competition in 1974 and the achievements of Vietnamese students have always been high since then. Vietnam usually ranked in the top 10, and it once ranked the third among the countries which sent students to the Olympiads. However, things are changing. In 2010, Vietnam ranked the 12th, while it ranks … [Read more...] about Vietnamese students’ achievements go downhill at int’l Olympiads