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In mid-2017, Mary Yap Kain Ching, Malaysia’s then-deputy minister for higher education, announced her ministry was establishing a database to
Rags to riches stories are almost always good to hear and read about. These stories can remind us that through
On June 8, more than 850,000 students who had just finished their final year of school received their matriculation exam
Malaysians with disabilities should take up scholarships offered by a number of local and international agencies to pursue higher education.
Malaysian students undertaking the Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) as a pathway towards tertiary education can now
Students on this route will also graduate from university up to a year earlier than their peers. Strait Times
Thuch Salik, the young Cambodian street hawker who became an internet star last year when he was filmed selling souvenirs
Students from Innovation Management Technological College, Thammasat University, created an innovative public poster system as a classroom project that is
Facebook Malaysia celebrated the opening of its new expanded office space in Kuala Lumpur and with it new investments in