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Vietnam’s Minister of Education and Training, Prof. Dr. Phùng Xuân Nhạ visited Cambridge with a delegation of leading Vietnamese universities, schools and education companies at a full-day meeting in Cambridge, focusing on collaboration Cambridge Assessment and Cambridge University Press, with the aim of enhancing support for the country’s ambitious education reforms.
Speaking at the meeting in Cambridge, the Minister explained that Cambridge and the Ministry will explore ways to improve the effectiveness of English language teaching, including the teaching of other subjects through the medium of English. The collaboration will consider the introduction of international qualifications for learners and teachers, as well as a programme of training, seminars and conferences on the teaching, learning and assessment of English.
The Ministry’s publishing arm, Vietnam Education Publishing House, will work with Cambridge University Press to share expertise across a number of areas, including the development of textbooks and other publications and digital education projects.
Cambridge Assessment and Cambridge University Press support educational reform programmes all over the world, and have a long track-record in Vietnam. Hundreds of thousands of teachers and learners in Vietnam have taken Cambridge English examinations, while Cambridge Assessment International works in partnership with more than 30 leading public and private schools across the country.
Cambridge Assessment and Cambridge University Press also signed a Memorandum of Collaboration with Prof. Dr. Hoang Minh Son, Vice Chancellor of Hanoi University of Science and Technology, the largest Vietnamese university in the science and technology sector, in order to collaborate on the recognition of the Cambridge English Qualifications and Cambridge International AS and A Levels.