Forty-six foreign students on July 1 did a compulsory test on the Vietnamese language before they will sit tertiary entrance exams at Ho Chi Minh City University of Social Sciences and Humanities.
They were assessed over three major skills: listening, writing and speaking.
Of the total, 42 candidates will take exams on Vietnamese studies and the remainder on the English language.
Forty candidates come from the Republic of Korea, five from Turkmenistan and one from Japan.
The Vietnamese language is compulsory for any foreign students wishing to study at the university.
Tertiary entrance exams begin at all exam councils across the country in early July. Source: VOV