Globalization has brought many modifications in human lives. Most of the people thought that globalization was about the economic benefit at first and later had also affected many others categories such as education, technology, and environment. However, it is obvious that education, a crucial business for all societies, is affected first. As the cornerstone and crucial driving force of economic, social, and human development, education is the essence of the change that is dramatically impacting our world in the fields of science, technology, economics, and culture. Therefore, I would like to ascertain and discuss the effects of globalization especially on education in developing countries. There are numerous amount of material on the definition of globalization. However, a useful and straightforward definition of globalization is that offered by Oxford English Dictionary: “Globalization is “the act of globalizing”; from the noun “global” meaning “pertaining to or involving the whole world”, “worldwide”; “universal”.” (2006). Another way of defining globalization is more holistic than many of the other definitions. It admits the importance of economic, social, technological, and political processes of globalization: “Globalization, is generally understood to include two interrelated elements: the opening of borders to increasingly fast flows of goods, services, finance, people and ideas across international borders; and the changes in institutional and policy regimes at the international and national levels that facilitate or promote such flows.” (World Health Organization ). In developing countries, globalization is creating opportunities for sharing knowledge, technology, social values, and promoting developments at different levels including individuals, organizations, communities, and societies. With the development of technology, globalization improves the ability of students to approach and apply knowledge, to think independently to exercise appropriate judgment and to cooperate with others to make sense of new circumstances. “The internet offers a new approach to education called distances learning. Students can access a wide variety of courses over the Internet.” (Louise M Simmers, Karen Simmers-Nartker, Sharon Simmers-Kobelak). Technologies like the internet make sure that one can now study just from his or her home. Additionally, Global education links teaching methods from systems around the world to encourage the international development of environmental sustainability, as well as a contribution to the consolidation of global industries. These educational initiatives prioritize global access to school from the elementary to the university levels, instigating learning experiences that prepare students for multinational leadership roles. So that students can use global sharing of knowledge, skills, and intellectual assets to develop countries, communities, and individuals. Another effect of globalization on education is the multicultural awareness of people from the young age. This does not only provide children with the ability to be more familiar with different traditions and cultures from different societies but also promotes international understanding, collaboration, harmony, and acceptance to cultural diversity across countries and regions. However, the effects of globalization are not all positive. The large differences in opportunities of education between countries are one of the basic causes of global inequality. Srinivasan Chinnammai, the professor of University of Madras, India, proclaims that: “While developed countries have been acquiring and using technology for education, developing countries are being left behind”. This may widen the gap between the education progress in a developed country with a well-equipped information technology facilities and education progress in a developing country, where only has poor information technology facilities. The main problem is the low budget in developing countries. That is the governments do not have enough money to invest in educational equipment. Another drawback of globalization is overdependence on technology. For instance, many people are using search engines like Google for information. Consequently, they become too reliant on those engines. Many young people are lack of enthusiasm and creativity since they think that it is uncomfortable and difficult to do things on their own. Vietnamese deputy minister of education and training Nguyen Vinh Hien mention: “We live in a world where globalization and international integration are becoming a popular trend. Besides opportunities and prospects, we face many problems and challenges.” This context is changing the way we organize, how we teach, and managing the education system in schools. Leaders and managers of mission education have to identify the right issues and find solutions to constantly innovate in order to meet the demands of the times. It is obvious that one of the basic requirements is to train life skills and working skills in the 21st century for students, renovate teaching methods, learning and application of information technology in management and teaching. Not only educating the young generation but also raising the awareness of global citizens, not only cultivating traditional culture but also treating diversification in a multicultural world. In conclusion, the effects of globalization could be seen everywhere, from economic to political. However, globalization is a fundamental process that considerably influences many parts of education. Although globalization has many positive impacts on education, especially in developing countries, there are some drawbacks that cannot avoid. Therefore, all new teaching methods should be studied and verify carefully before being applied in practice.