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Vietnam: 132 universities, colleges not to organise entrance exams 2013

As many as 132 universities and colleges in nationwide will not organise entrance exams in 2013, down by nine schools in comparison with 2012. Among those are 43 non-public educational establishments, said a Ministry of Education and Training report. To ensure the interests of candidates who expect to study in these universities and colleges, the ministry regulates that candidates must attend ... Read More »

Top universities drop English exams

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China’s top universities began their annual independent recruitment exams, with English no longer included among compulsory subjects. In most of these universities, applicants for science and engineering majors will only be required to take math and physics exams, while art students will be required to take Chinese and math exams. Yu Han, an enrollment officer at Tsinghua University, said the subject ... Read More »

Nigeria: NUC abolishes re-sit exams in varsities

National Universities Commission (NUC) has banned the conduct of supplementary or re-sit examinations in Nigerian universities. The NUC management, in a statement by the Chief Information Officer of the commission, Mrs Bukola Olatunji, in Abuja, frowned on revelations that some universities conduct supplementary examination for their students, in addition to regular semester examinations. The commission warned that the conduct of ... Read More »

Oxford University to allow men to wear skirts to exams

In a move to please its transgender student community, the Oxford University has introduced a new academic dress code which allows men to wear skirts or stockings to exams and formal occasions while women can wear suits or white bow ties. Under the old regulations, male students were required to wear a dark suit with dark socks, black shoes, a ... Read More » • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes