The ASEAN Digital Literacy Programme National Closing Workshop was held on May 23 to encourage the community's inclusive digital skill development and online safety.
Vietnam is strongly committed to the national strategy to become a digital country, starting from 2020 with the advantages of telecommunication and information infrastructures and highly-digital literacy.
The Mozilla Foundation is expecting more than 100,000 people to participate in a series of events worldwide over the next two months teaching basic Internet use and other digital skills.
University students are coming up with creative ways to promote financial literacy in Vietnam, aiming to help their peers get a hold of their personal finances.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development recently released a new report on secondary school attainment, showing that progress is slowing just as “upper secondary schooling has been transformed from a vehicle towards upward social mobility into a minimum requirement for life in modern societies.”
Visa and the Central Committee of Vietnam Students’ Association have joined hands in a significant programme to help equip students with financial management skills as well as assisting them in executing startup ideas in practice.
Students from Hanoi-based National Economics University won the top prize of “Young Financial Literacy Champions” at the grand finale of the 2013 Practical Money Skills programme, in which competitors from universities in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City were vying for the title of best financial educators.
Little Wallet, a Singapore-based fintech, with the mission to promote financial literacy among children, has signed a partnership with Visa.
A financial literacy programme organised by Visa has provided essential financial education to nearly 8,000 students in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City through online and offline training sessions, teaching basic financial knowledge and money management skills.
Visa, the world’s leader in digital payments, and the Central Committee of Vietnam Students’ Association (CCVSA) on August 23 celebrated 10 years of partnership with the financial literacy programme.
Home Credit has been conducting financial literacy education programmes for more than two decades – an uncommon and pioneering practice in the consumer finance industry. The company also measures the impacts of financial education programmes on its customers, which sets it apart from other industry players.
As a way to celebrate the International Literacy Day 2020 on September 8, WGI Worldwide Company, a leading global education company headquartered in New York City, and US industrial conglomerate GE today announced the launch of Lyra, a new app-based education platform that uses innovative advanced speech recognition and touch screen analysis to teach reading and writing.
Unsecured loans from financial companies are becoming a popular consumer finance product in Vietnam, thanks to their simple procedures and rapid disbursement time.
Practical Money Skills, a financial literacy programme for students, is back for its sixth instalment, and is this year asking students to submit photographs that depict their daily struggles in managing their money.
Visa, the world’s leader in digital payments, has announced the three winning teams from its 10th annual Vietnam Financial Literacy programme, with H2L taking home the first prize.