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Da Nang warned of ‘battle for talent’

VietNamNet Bridge – Opening the door and allowing talented individuals to move from state agencies to the private sector will lead to a ‘brain drain’ and trigger a ‘battle for talent’, experts have warned. Da Nang has been warned of ‘battle for talents’ After 14 years of implementing the high-quality ...

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Free English class for children at pagoda

VietNamNet Bridge – On a bright Sunday morning, 10-year-old Doan Nhat Minh joins his friends at an English class to take a walk around Hoan Kiem Lake in downtown Hanoi. Love to learn: Teacher Duyen (middle) guides her student to make a postcard during an extra class game.  The weekend ...

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Exam cheating discovered in all inspected provinces

VietNamNet Bridge – The Ministry of Education and Training’s (MOET) inspectors have discovered signs of exam cheating in Ha Giang, Son La, Lang Son and Hoa Binh. Teachers are marking exam papers Local education departments all affirmed that they ‘strictly observed procedures in organizing the national high school final exam’. ...

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HCM City schools face English teacher challenge

Schools in Ho Chi Minh City are facing difficulties in recruiting English teachers as the 2018-2019 school year approaches. An English class. Illustrative photo According to the city’s Department of Education and Training, local schools need 360 more teachers including 70 English teachers. “Almost all districts in the city need ...

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Universities lower test scores – News VietNamNet

VietNamNet Bridge – Many universities have lowered their admission scores for the upcoming academic year, citing lower scores on the national high school graduation examinations this year compared to last year. Students after taking the national high school graduation examination. — VNA/VNS Photo Academies and universities that train new police ...

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Universities reluctant to make enrollment decisions on their own

VietNamNet Bridge – Most universities have rejected autonomy in enrollment decisions, saying it is too costly to organize entrance exams to select the best students.  Universities don’t want to organize entrance exams to select best students In the past, the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) organized two national exams ...

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Brad Pitt details millions spent supporting Jolie and kids

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Brad Pitt on Wednesday rebutted claims that he had failed to support his children and accused his estranged wife Angelina Jolie of trying to manipulate the media in their long drawn-out divorce. FILE PHOTO: Actors Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie attend the premiere of “The Normal ...

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First CIM Marketing Leadership Diploma Awarded

New qualification equips senior marketers to lead change within their organisations, while addressing factors such as Brexit Research finds 56% of marketers believe there is a skills gap in strategy development, a key component of the Marketing Leadership Programme Sectors such as retail and FMCG upskilling marketers to maintain a ...

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