Hanoi plans to quadruple tuition fees in the next 5 years
The Hanoi People’s Council has just issued a draft resolution regulating the tuition fees for public preschool and general education institutions in the city from the 2022-2023 school year to the 2025-2026 school year.
Tuition is divided into 4 regions instead of 3 regions as last year. In which, zone 1 includes preschool children and high school students studying at public educational institutions in the districts and wards in Son Tay town.
Region 2 is the township area of the districts of Hanoi city. Region 3 includes communes of Son Tay town and communes of districts of Hanoi city (except for mountainous communes). Region 4 includes mountainous communes in the districts of Hanoi city.
Tuition fees for public pre-school and general education institutions that are not self-financed in the next 5 years are as follows (Primary education is exempted):
Regulations on tuition fees for public primary education specified at this point shall serve as a basis for providing tuition fee support for private primary school students in areas where there are not enough public primary schools. , and private primary school students who are eligible for the tuition fee exemption and reduction policy as prescribed.
Thus, the next school year, the tuition fee will be doubled compared to 2021 – 2022, tuition fees at public schools are not yet self-sufficient with regular expenses for 5-year-old kindergarten and junior high school. month in urban areas, 75,000 VND/month in rural areas and 19,000 VND/month in mountainous areas.
This year, the Hanoi People’s Council expects that the tuition fee collection in the form of online learning will be 75% of the tuition rate of public educational institutions that have been promulgated; Tuition fees are rounded to the nearest thousand dong.
For pre-school and general education institutions, public education institutions must cover their own recurrent expenditures (including pre-school and general education institutions established by universities, colleges and research institutes; excluding high-quality public educational institutions), the People’s Council proposed the ceiling. Tuition rates are as follows:
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