Vietnam Foundation is a non-profit organization founded in the United States, based in Washington DC, and a representative office in Hanoi. Vietnam Foundation's mission is to improve the lives of the people of Vietnam through education.
Open Educational Resources Vietnam (VOER) is a program sponsored and managed by the Vietnam Foundation, its web site URL is http://www.voer.edu.vn
The Vietnam Foundation announced today the official launch of Hanoi Spring, a new online educational resource system.
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Mr. Minh Do, VOER Program Director, represented the Vietnam Foundation at the Expert Group Meeting and provided a brief overview of what the Vietnam Foundation has done in the development of OER in Vietnam.
From December 14 to 23, 2008, VNF organized a study tour to Vietnam for MBA students from the Stanford Graduate School of Business led by Professor David Brady. The study tour featured a new course offered by the Stanford MBA program, which encourages students to learn about a country in which they had not previously visited for more than 60 days.
Announced on 01st March 2013, a scholarship program was launched by The Vietnam Foundation and TPG Capital to honor and support the most outstanding students from the top universities in Hanoi, Vietnam.
As of 11th March 2013, the Board of eight leading universities in Hanoi finished submitting their student applications for the scholarships. The eight leading universities include: Hanoi Foreign Trade University, Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam, Hanoi National University of Education, University of Languages and International Studies – Vietnam National University, University of Engineering and Technology – Vietnam National University, Hanoi University, University of Social Sciences and Humanities – Vietnam National University and Hanoi Open University.
On October 31, 2008, the VNF organized a discussion panel called “Doing Business in Vietnam: Risk and Opportunity” at the Park Hyatt hotel, Ho Chi Minh City for a group of students and faculty from the Executive MBA program of New York University (NYU) Stern School of Business during their study tour in Vietnam.
The Vietnam Foundation (VNF) would like to send the warmest greetings to all universities.
VNF is a non-governmental and non-profit organization, which is founded by the US National Academies. It is located at National Academy Building, suite 507, Washington D.C, United States. In Vietnam, VNF operates under a license BM493/UB-HD approved by the Commission Committee for Foreign Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs). VNF's representative office is at Building 21, suite 902, 9th floor, Lang Ha Street, Hanoi.
The ultimate mission of VNF is improving the lives of Vietnamese people through education. Currently, VNF is collaborating with UNESCO Vietnam, the Ministry of Education & Training and universities across Vietnam to deploy the Vietnam Opening Education Resource program – VOER Program (www.voer.edu.vn). In addition, VNF runs many other meaningful programs, such as Scholarships and Laptops program for visually impaired students, or education exchange programs between Vietnamese and American educational institutions.
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