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march 7, 2014

Based on Decision No. 911/QD-TTg 17/06/2010 by the Prime Minister on approving the project on training PhD lecturers for universities and colleges in the period from 2010 to 2020 (Project 911) and Circular No. 35/2012/TT-BGDDT dated 12/10/2012 signed by the Minister of Education and Training (MOET), regulating abroad training PhD upon Project 911, MOET informs enrolment of PhD candidates upon Project911 for the year 2013 as follows:

1.   Candidates for application
1.1. Permanent lecturers and lecturers working by contract with definite term or indefinite term of universities, institutes which are higher education establishments (hereafter referred to as university)
1.2. Students who completed Bachelor or Master Programs within 12 months prior to the date of application have aspirations and commitment to return after graduation to work as lecturers at universities or colleges.
2. Training fields
    Training fields are based on the needs of lecturers and human resources training for national socio-economic development with priority given to the fields of engineering, technology, natural sciences, agriculture and other social and humane studies.
3. Expected PhD student number sent to designated Countries
Ministry of Education and Training has planned to send the lecturers to be trained in almost every advanced country in the world and in international training institutions that have a written cooperative commitment with the Ministry of Education and Training. The expected number of 1100 candidates will be allocated as follows:
Britain (50), Australia (50), New Zealand (25), United States (125), Russia (70), China (150), France (190) Germany (180), Japan (90), Singapore (40), South Korea (60), Canada (40) and others (30).
4. Conditions for recruitment
    4.1. General conditions
a) Good morality and sufficient health to study abroad, and commitment to returning home to work at training institutions that sent him/her to study abroad.
b) Not exceeding 45 years old when applying for PhD scholarship
c) Registered PhD training field corresponding to his/her Bachelor or Master Degrees.
d) Recommendation for admission signed by the university where the candidates work (for those defined in Section 1.1) or where the learners signed commitment contract to returning back to work as lectures after graduation (for the specified object in article 1.2).
e)  Good command of a foreign language requested by admission university as defined in article 4.3.
4.2. Specific conditions for applicants
a) Candidates as defined at article 1.1 must have Bachelor or Master Degrees.
b) Candidates as defined at article 1.2 must have good undergraduate results and average scores of Master programs above 8.0 (on a scale of 10), with signed commitment contract with a university or college to be its lecturer after graduation and commitment by their father/mother or the sponsor to fulfilling their responsibilities and obligations for the sending university as formulated at article 4 of the regulations on PhD training according to project "Training lecturers at PhD level for universities and colleges in the period of 2010-2020" approved by Decision No.911/QD-TTg 17/06/2010 by the Prime Minister and promulgated with Circular No. 35/2012/TT-BGDDT 12/10/2012 by the Minister of Education and Training.
4.3. Conditions in foreign language skills
Applicants should have one of these certificates, degrees as follows:
a) A certificate of foreign language proficiency at level B2 or grade 4/6 or more according to the European Reference Framework of foreign languages awarded by a competent international establishment within 02 years up to the time of application in this notice, in accordance with the requirements of expected host country and university. The information about European Reference Framework of foreign languages for study-abroad applicants is attached at Appendix 1 of this Notice.
b) Bachelor or Master Degrees in a foreign country where the applicants tend to continue their further study or the language used in studying abroad in accordance with the language that will be used to pursue their doctoral programs.
5. Registration procedure, documents and application fees
5.1. Registration Procedure
Based on this notice, the universities make selection of candidates meeting the regulations by MOET in accordance with the plans of training lecturers and make a short-list of candidates who will be sent to study in priority order (specify priority criteria) together with an official document for approval admission sent to the Ministry of Education and Training (Vietnam International Education Department (VIED).
The official documents and short-list of candidates (the form in Appendix 2 and 3) can be sent previously to e-mail address: 
dean911@vied.vnand the original ones sent by post.
5.2. Document list of each candidate
a) A written short-list of candidates
b) Application form (in Appendix 4).
c) A copy of the valid contract, decision on recruiting full-time lecturer at universities and colleges; valid copies of social insurance book or pay-sheet copies shown that social insurance was paid  for candidates  in article 1.1 of this notice. Commitment Contract for recruiting as lecturer signed by university or college in regard to those in article 1.2 of this Notice.
d) A commitment (the form provided in Appendix 5).
e) The curriculum vitae certified by the heads of the institution managing the lecturer (for lecturers who are working) or certified by the local People’s Committee (for learners, newly graduated students).
f) A valid copy of undergraduate transcripts; and master program transcripts (if any) or temporary certificate of graduation for pending cases; After being admitted, candidates  need to submit additional valid copies of original degrees and transcripts. If degrees, transcripts, temporary graduation certificates issued by foreign institutions, candidates need to provide a valid notarized translation into Vietnamese together with the information of the scale assessment of the foreign institutions. For the students of transferring programs or part-time students, valid copies of professional secondary high school or college diploma and transcripts are required
g) A valid copy of a valid language certificate
h) A copy of the document issued by foreign institution agreeing to receive undergraduate students recently graduated for PhD training programs. Copies of admission letter and documents of full or partial scholarships granted by domestic and foreign institutions, agencies, organizations and individuals (if any).
i) Research proposal.
j) The list of scientific research works published and confirmed by the university or authorized agencies of approval and result announcement; If they are the subjects of scientific research, a copy of registered topic and acceptance minutes must be submitted (if any works or scientific research projects).
k) Other documents, if any (certificate of merit, priority documents, etc.)
l) A copy of the invoice and payment proof of application fees.
01 full application set of the above mentioned papers sent to the Ministry of Education and Training (through VIED) in two ways as follows:
a) By direct registration (online) with the files in PDF format by address 
http://tuyensinh.vied.vn/;
b) By post to VIED - MOET, 21 Le Thanh Tong, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi. All documents are made ​​on A4-sized paper, covered by the envelope with the size of 25cm x 34cm, the outer must have full information: application for Project 911, applicant’s full name, the name of the assigning university, the name of registered country, registered study field, the list of the documents inside the envelope, contact address, telephone fixed numbers, mobile and e-mail for communication. The candidate has the right to apply for only one country.
Deadline: Before February 15th 2013
(According to the postmark made outside the envelope of application documents sent to VIED).
 
Traduzione: 
 DECISION
ON APPROVAL OF PROGRAMME 599 “STUDY ABROAD BY THE STATE’S BUDGET IN THE PERIOD OF 2013 – 2020”
DECIDES THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES:
 Article 1. Approve Programme “Study Abroad for State Officials by the State’s Budget from 2013 – 2020”, with the following contents:
1. Programme Owner: Ministry of Education and Training;
2. Period of the Programme: From 2013 to 2020;
3. Objectives of the Programme: Higher education abroad, Post Graduate level for teachers of Universities, Researchers of Institutes of Science and Technology, Officials of the Ministries and Departments of the Government; UnderGraduate level for young talents in sectors of General Sciences, Sciences and Technologies and other Specialized sectors;
4. Objects and Levels of training.
a) Post Graduate level for teachers of Universities, Officials and Staff working in Institutes of Research in Sciences and Technologies, Ministries, Departments and Offices of the Government;
b) Under Graduate level for winners of International Olympic contest, particularly talente students in specific sectors and majors based on the need of qualified human resources.
5. Methods and sectors of training
a) 2 methods of training: Full time training abroad and Part time abroad;
b) Majors: Priority to Natural Sciences, Engineering, Economics, Agriculture, Forestry, Pisciculture, Environment, Public Administration, Humanities, especially highly specific sectors.
6.Priority to the following Countries: the UK, Canada, Germany, the US, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, France, Netherland, Belgium, Russia, Korea, China, Hongkong, Taiwan, India, Singapore and others Nations whose strength lies in those sectors; Countries with agreement of education and support to Vietnamese students.
7. Scale of training estimated 1.800 students, specifically:
-  1.650 Post Graduate (from 2013 to 2017 on an average of  330 students/year), among which 60% are teachers of Universities; 10% are of Police and Military, 30% are researchers and staff of Institutes of Sciences and Technologies, Ministries and Departments and other Offices of the Government;
- 150 Under Graduate (from 2013 to 2017 on an average of 30 students/year);
- The number of accepted students can be changed.
9. Financing: Estimated 2.070 billion VND from the Government’s Budget for the following expenses:  
a) Course fee, fees relating to the study, living expenses, travel expenses, passport and visa fee, and minimum insurance;
b) Return ticket ;
c) Organize admission test and support the administrative procedure of study abroad;
d) Expenses of the collaboration in testing and valuating the results of the course and research;
đ) Risks and unexpected situations during the course;
e) Extra class of foreign languages before study abroad;
g) Managing the Programme and other expenses relating to the Programme;
h) Laudatory.