Vietnam: Forbes Talks – The future of Education

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The technology revolution has been creating disruptive changes in all aspects of life, including education. In Vietnam, education is going through significant transformation with private sector participation and the impact of technology on the way people learn new skills and knowledge. Conventional education methodologies are under pressure to change, and new ways of learning are being invented.

The first Forbes Talks: The future of Education of Forbes Vietnam, focusing on the most updated trends and movements in education, will provide entrepreneurs, educators, policy makers and the public with updated and important insights to invest in this field in the future.

SPEAKERS
Dr. Phạm Minh Tuấn, Founder and Chairman, Topica Edtech Group
Mr.Nguyễn Ngọc Thủy, Chairman APAX English JSC
Ms. Phan Hà Thủy, CEO Vinschool
Dr.Phạm Quốc Lộc, Founder and CEO, PLA Education
Dr. Nguyễn Bá Hải, Head of Creative Department, HCM University of
Technology and Education
Dr. Đàm Quang Minh, Dean of Thành Tây University
Madame Đàm Bích Thủy, Founder and Principal of Fulbright University Vietnam
Dr. Đỗ Mạnh Cường, Permanent member of Education Council; Academic Director of NHG

FORBES TALKS: THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION
DATE: October 20th 2017
TIME: 1PM-5:30 PM
VENUE: InterContinental Saigon

FEE: STANDARD PRICE: 1,100,000 VND
(Early bird discount of up to 40%, till October 5th 2017)

Please contact hotline 0902 440 175
for more information or visit

http://event.forbesvietnam.com/forbestalks2017education/

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VIETNAM: BUSINESS, APEC 2017
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Vietnam: HCM hosts APEC 3rd Senior Officials’ Meeting
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Vietnam: year APEC 2017

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TOURISM ISSUES:
Thailand: new flight Bangkok – Phu Quoc (Vietnam)
Malaysia: new flight Kuala Lumpur – Nha Trang (Vietnam)
Thailand: Wat Arun will officially be reopened the end of 2017
Thailand: a new immigration form from October 2017

Abdullah Cankaya: Vietnam-Russia tourism at a glance
Vietnam: 1.036.880 foreign visitors in July 2017
Vietnam: 1,229,163 foreign visitors in August 2017
Vietnam: 975,952 foreign visitors in September 2017

Japan: 24.039.000 foreign visitors in 2016
Vietnam: 10,012,735 foreign visitors in 2016

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THAILAND: THE ROYAL CREMATION CEREMONY
Thailand: The Royal Cremation of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej
Thailand: Sandalwood Flowers for Royal Cremation Ceremony
Thailand: Golden Palanquin Phra Yannamat Sam Lamkhan
Thailand: Royal Chariot Phra Maha Phichai Ratcharot

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DOING BUSINESS:
Japan: briefly about Doing Business 2017
Korea: briefly about Doing Business 2017
Malaysia: briefly about Doing Business 2017
Singapore: briefly about Doing Business 2017
Thailand: briefly about Doing Business 2017
Vietnam: briefly about Doing Business 2017