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The Delegation of the European Union (EU) to the Philippines held the European Higher Education Fair (EHEF) 2015 in the
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop’s championing of the New Colombo Plan (NCP), which will help nearly 5500 students to study or
With its students’ academic performance sinking in regional rankings, Thailand should grasp the lifeline held out by a world-renowned university.
More than 70% of Malaysian undergraduates harbour hopes of studying overseas and obtaining permanent residence abroad. A survey of more
The Education Ministry recently announced it plans to revive the “One District, One Scholarship” (Odos) scheme, a Thaksin-era project that
In the packed hallways of Batasan Hills, Micaella was known as an obedient student who turned her homework in early
After a boom in new university and college openings between 2005-2010, the saturation in Vietnam’s higher education sector is challenging
National University of Singapore (NUS) was named Asia’s best university and ranked 26th globally, according to the latest Times Higher
The number of international students in Malaysia has risen by more than 100% over eight years, Prime Minister Datuk Seri