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The budget of the National Education in the red, according to the Court of Auditors

Didier Migaud_UN

  The report of the Court of Auditors on the viewpoint and the circumstances of open fund class the Ministry of Education among offices “financial danger”, as the administration looks to control open using. Empty, another charge against the 54,000 posts in the left. Lessen the shortage by controlling open using. Again in the not so distant future the Court ... Read More »

Guangdong seeks rural students for top universities

Chinese universities

Guangdong’s education authorities will create a detailed plan to recruit high school graduates from impoverished rural areas across the country into key universities in the province. The move is part of an expanded program under the Ministry of Education to recruit 50,000 students from poor rural areas into key universities nationwide this year. Apart from the 832 poor counties in ... Read More »

University of Waterloo visits China to strengthen bonds with research partners

University of Waterloo

Hamdullahpur will meet with representatives from five of China’s top universities: Tsinghua University, Nanjing University, Beijing Jiao Tong University, Zhejiang University and Soochow University. Hamdullahpur will also learn more about China’s education policy through meetings with representatives of the Ministry of Education. “It is essential that we build strong relationships with Chinese institutions as we seek to provide researchers and ... Read More »

Celebrations for 10th anniversary of Nottingham in China

University of Nottingham Ningbo China

Celebrations have begun to mark the 10th anniversary of The University of Nottingham Ningbo China (UNNC) — the first foreign independent university campus to be established in China. Pictures from the official launch ceremony can be found here. UNNC opened its doors to students in 2004 and the campus had its official opening in February 2006. A series of events ... Read More »

New Zealand: Universities losing race against Asia

University-of-Auckland

Study of rankings looks at why institutions in NZ and Australia are being overtaken. Hundreds of millions of dollars being pumped into Asian universities are one reason Australasian institutions have dropped in international rankings, a new analysis says. A number of different international university rankings are published annually, with reaction focused on how New Zealand institutions have fared compared with ... Read More »

China’s top universities to enroll more rural students

Chinese universities

China is eyeing a 10-percent increase in the number of students from impoverished rural areas attending the country’s top universities this year, according to a circular released by the Ministry of Education (MOE). The MOE said the growth will be realized through expanding three existing programs. Under the first program, central government-affiliated universities, and key universities at local levels will ... Read More »

University of Ghana replies Education Ministry

University of Ghana

The University of Ghana Council and management has responded to the Ministry of Education over the closure of its roads to the general public. A statement issued by the University stated that it will be negligent for the authorities to preside over the deterioration of the school’s assets and risk the  lives of the university community, hence their decision to ... Read More »

Azerbaijani universities to provide credit education for poor families – higher education priorities

Azerbaijan University

The Ministry of Education has determined itself on the priorities for the development of higher education in the country. The Ministry informed that the priorities were identified in the Education Development Strategy of Azerbaijan. “The main objective of the tasks set is to create transparent and efficient environment in universities, increase the quality of higher education and form modern management,” ... Read More »

2014-2015 Government of Czech Republic Scholarships for Developing Countries’ Students

Czech Government Scholarships

Czech Government Scholarships for Developing Countries’ Students in the field of Economics, Agriculture, Informatics, Environment and Energetic at public universities in the Czech Republic. Scholarships are available for pursuing Bachelor/Master/Doctoral degree level. The Government of the Czech Republic offers scholarships within the framework of its Foreign Development Assistance in support of the study of foreign nationals from Developing Countries at Public ... Read More »

Malaysia: Time for a common university entrance exam?

STPM examination

Is it time for the Ministry of Education to seriously consider having a common university entrance exam as a long term solution to the problem of top scorers not obtaining places in local universities? Gerakan Education Bureau chairman Lau Chin Hoon certainly thinks so on the basis that the present dual system for entry, namely the STPM and matriculation, has ... Read More »

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