A series of universities extended the break time to prevent epidemics

A series of universities extended the break time to prevent epidemics 4

A series of universities extended the break time to prevent epidemics

On February 6, Thai Nguyen University announced that students from all member schools and faculties would not study until March 1 to prevent acute pneumonia caused by the new corona virus.

Head of the Student Affairs Department of Thai Nguyen University said that the entire school has more than 55,000 students, many of whom are in border provinces, so the school decided to give students a long break to prevent the epidemic at the highest level.

Regarding make-up study schedules, member schools and faculties will arrange appropriate study time after the epidemic ends.

Previously, on January 31, the school made an urgent announcement about rescheduling the return to school after Tet from February 3 to February 9.

Professor Pham Hong Quang, Director of Thai Nguyen University (third from left) inspects epidemic prevention work at its member school, University of Medicine and Pharmacy.

Vinh Long University of Technical Education postponed the admission schedule for full-time students to March 9, one month later than the post-Tet study plan.

Also on February 6, the National Economics University (Hanoi) continued to give students an extra week off until February 16 because of `unpredictable developments in weather and epidemics`.

During breaks, National Economics University students can access the electronic learning materials system to research, ensure progress and personal study plans.

Hue University extended the break for 45,000 students until February 16.

On the afternoon of February 6, Associate Professor Nguyen Ngoc Vu, Director of Danang University, signed a document sent to 5 member schools and colleges, branches, and affiliated units to allow students to extend their vacation time until the end.

Mr. Vu requested that, during the school break, students stay locally and limit travel, regularly update school announcements as well as epidemic prevention measures as recommended by the Ministry of Health.

The schools of Journalism and Communication, Construction, Commerce, Home Affairs, Mining – Geology, Hanoi National, and Hanoi University also extended their break for another week today, students returned to school on the morning of January 17th.

For universities that have Tet holiday until February 8, such as Hanoi Law, Foreign Trade, Hanoi Pedagogy 2 or Theater and Cinema, students have an extra week off until February 16.

Hanoi University of Science and Technology is organizing a survey to collect student opinions to decide whether to continue extending the break until February 16 or not.

Previously on February 5, many southern universities announced to give students an extra week off to avoid the nCoV epidemic, for example, Ho Chi Minh City University of Food Industry, Lac Hong University, and Eastern Technology.

According to statistics from the Ministry of Education and Training until the end of February 3, there are 105 universities and academies adjusting admission schedules for students until the end of this week, 69 other schools have Tet holidays that last until February 9.

Some schools changed their learning plans to prevent the epidemic.

In the high school sector, as of today, 62 provinces and cities have given students at all levels a break.

In the vocational school sector, there are 895 school facilities that let students off until February 9.

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