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TEKY Academy launches new center

Released at: 13:59, 07/05/2018

TEKY Academy launches  new center

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The academy now has more facilities to expand its programs and take in more students.

by My Van

On May 5, TEKY Academy launched a new center at 249 Cong Hoa, Tan Binh, Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC). The center was opened to expand the academy’s training system and to offer a new curriculum called STEAM which teaches students how to develop logical and creative thinking and how to apply technology. The new center is located in the most crowded residential area of Tan Binh District which is also its administrative and commercial center.

TEKY Academy strives to continuously improve the quality of its services and provide students with a learning environment that includes high-tech labs with complete resources and modern equipment to maximize their learning and research. Management staff and lecturers are experienced in research and teaching information technology to children and come from major universities in Vietnam and abroad.

After just one year of being in operation, TEKY now has three international standard centers in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, and has trained more than 2,000 students across the country in different subjects. In addition, TEKY has also received numerous prestigious awards. It was included in the Top 10 Social Impacted Projects in Southeast Asia by the Australian Government and in the Top 4 Projects at the NextGen Conference in Switzerland. Early in November 2017, TEKY continued to receive the "Best Social Training Project Award" in the run-up to the 4th Vietnam Rice Bowl Startup Award.

STEAM children's academy in Southeast Asia has a goal of being number one in terms of the number of students at the Edutech Platform. TEKY has always focused on improving the quality of teaching, studying new technology courses, training faculty members, and building modern facilities. TEKY's training program was developed according to the standards of the schools and institutes in the US. Long-term learning paths help form the basis of knowledge, skills and technological thinking similar to those of mathematics and foreign languages.

TEKY recently signed a cooperation agreement with Mastermind Crate Group and Singong Media Group to launch new courses to help children increase their creative thinking and logical abilities through the programming and training of Tikid-preneur technology. This is just one of TEKY’s pioneering ideas that has brought Vietnamese students new and exciting programs that have the potential to make their dreams come true.

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