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AS a novel approach to give students and parents insight into possibilities for the young generation in the new decade, Taylor’s University and College will stage a sneakers convention on its open day this month.
MORE Malaysian students are eyeing Hong Kong as their education destination.
CHOOSING a school for your child is a huge decision. As parents, we wonder: Will my child be happy here? Will they feel welcomed and supported? Does the school offer plenty of opportunities to bring out the best in them? Is this really the right fit for them?
EVERY year on Dec 1, the world commemorates World AIDS Day. People around the world unite to show support for people living with HIV and to remember those who have died from AIDS-related illnesses. And that is precisely what the Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia (NUMed) did as well.
THE best way to find out what your dream college or university can offer is to experience the campus in person. Not only would you get the feel of the place, you can also talk to industry experts who can advise you on the requirements for the course and programme best suited towards you.
SCHOOL facilities, either newly-built or refurbished include a Robotics Centre, new Primary and Secondary Libraries, two new playgrounds and an improved Science Laboratories were opened during the Nilai International School’s Special Open Day on Nov 10.
Visitors admiring exhibits during the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) Open Day at the Kuantan RMAF Base.
AS the person who started the foundation programme at HELP University in 2005, Dhanesh Balakrishnan certainly knows the ins and outs of the qualification.
The Government pumped in RM5.9bil for TVET during Budget 2020. It emphasised the importance of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in producing the nation’s human capital. The industry, however, seems to be riddled with problems. The relevant agency says it’s looking into the matter and hopes to sort it out. It is unfair for the students, many of whom are from low-income families, to enrol in private training centres for skills training. They are told they will get government study loans, only to be disappointed when the aid fails to materialise. StarEdu speaks to the students and the parties involved.
WASHINGTON: International Monetary Fund (IMF) managing director Kristalina Georgieva hailed the progress made in the latest round of China-US trade talks as “extremely good news, ” urging the world to grasp the opportunity to achieve “a trade peace”.“I was encouraged by last week’s announcements from the US and China, ” Georgieva said at the opening press conference of the IMF-World Bank Annual Meetings in Washington.