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Mat Wright

Call for partnerships or consortia between UK and Vietnamese universities, English Language Teaching (ELT) and EdTech organisations to contribute to the development of ELT in Vietnam’s education system

The British Council in Vietnam invites applications for innovative and collaborative approaches to explore a more inclusive and accessible English language teaching and learning provision in Vietnam post Covid-19.

Covid-19 has had a massively disruptive effect on education systems globally, including here in Vietnam. This highlights the need for innovative and sustainable digital solutions that can promote access to quality English education for learners, while building teacher capacity. This opportunity is in line with the collaboration plan for 2021-22, with a vision for the next four years signed by Ministry of Education and Training, the National Foreign Languages Project (NFLP) and the British Council Vietnam. 

UK and Vietnamese universities, ELT and EdTech organisations are now invited to partner and bid for grant funds to further contribute to the development of English teaching, learning and assessment in Vietnam’s education system. The funding is up to £100,000.

Who can apply?

The British Council Vietnam welcomes proposals from UK and Vietnamese universities, ELT and EdTech organisations.

Partnerships may include:

  • One UK leading applicant
  • One Vietnamese leading applicant
  • One Department of Education and Training (DOET) whose teachers would be Teacher Activity Group (TAG) participants and beneficiaries 

Consortium proposals may include:

  • One UK leading applicant
  • One Vietnamese leading applicant
  • Up to five more UK and Vietnamese members from universities, organisations and businesses
  • Up to five DOETs whose teachers would be TAG participants and beneficiaries

How to apply

Please refer to the documents found in the Downloads section below before applying.

Send a complete application to digitalinnovation@britishcouncil.org.vn


Submit your completed application by 11.59pm (UK time) on Monday 25 October 2021