further education

One in three Australians saw their HELP debt go backwards due to inflation last year. New policy announced last weekend will partially address this

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While boosting Bumiputera enrolment, Malaysia’s racial quotas in universities face criticism for hindering meritocracy and causing brain drain.

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For some people earning $50,000–70,000, their debts will “go backwards” despite new policy.

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A shorter week reflects a flexible and results-oriented culture, where employees are judged on the quality of work rather than how long they are in the office.

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Can Afghan and Syrian women ever be involved in the peace process or will it remain a pipe dream?

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Research across the world demonstrates how global poverty can be tackled effectively by empowering women in all aspects.

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Malaysian English or Manglish plays a central role in the lives of locals. Its benefits outweigh the drawbacks.

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Internationalisation or intellectual colonialisation? A look into Asia.

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Developing economies have lost promising students to top universities in the West for decades. A global re-think of education may be needed to change it.

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China’s universities have embraced a global perspective, but students say their own language, culture and history have been disregarded in the turn to the West.

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Influential global bodies are having their say on the future of education, and the outcome could shape the economy and environment for generations.

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