Van Anh, head of education at the British Council Vietnam, shares her view on Vietnam’s education system, and how to promote equity in the field.
Troy Griffiths, deputy managing director of Savills Vietnam talks about foreign investment in Vietnam’s eductaion.
YOLA is Kaizen PE’s first investment in Vietnam.
With its debut last year, St. Nicholas International School has helped make clear what a truly international school should be.
Asia-based private equity firm Navis Capital Partners Limited has completed its takeover of Ho Chi Minh City-based private education platform Thanh Thanh Cong Education JSC (TTCE) in late May.
Vietnamese people now must pay for about 40 per cent of health services, a very high rate, causing about 700-800 thousand households to fall into poverty each year, according to a senior Oxfam expert.
This is one of the largest investments ever in educational technology in Southeast Asia.
With 41 per cent of the population aged within the golden demographic and the rapid increase in high net worth individuals’ and middle-class families, Vietnam is becoming a fertile land for foreign investors to jump in education projects as regulations are stimulating.
Indeed, it is reasonable to suspect that high and growing costs of private education are becoming a major concern around Vietnam.
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