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A RECENT article in a local newspaper entitled: 'Why we are losing our top students to Singapore,' bemoaned the fact that Singapore is increasingly successful at wooing Malaysian Chinese independent school leavers with scholarships, university entrance examination waivers, permanent residency or even citizenship.
PETALING JAYA: SMR Technologies Bhd is changing its business model to become a workforce education provider rather than being a pure human resource (HR) solutions provider. This change has started being reflected in the contracts it has won in the last few years.
IT’S a less talked about business in Malaysia as the various industry players from the other sectors lament about their struggles to pay bills, cope with cash flows and keep jobs. But among the hardest hit is the education business and that means private colleges and universities.
TOKYO: The University of Tokyo is preparing a bond offering that would be the first of its kind in Japan, at a time when demand for higher-education debt is picking up overseas amid falling interest rates.
The Pakatan Harapan government has promised bold measures to drive the reform agenda towards strengthening the check-and-balance mechanism at all levels to restore trust and confidence in the country’s key institutions. These changes may not bring immediate economic value, but are important to regain investor confidence. The education system is seen as one area that needs an overhaul if the country is serious in bringing about reforms.
KUALA LUMPUR: Following is a list of events in Malaysia as well as news company-related and market news which could have an influence on the local market.
KUALA LUMPUR: The federal statutory bodies' income for 2012 rose by RM22.23bil, or 30.1%, to RM94.14bil from RM73.91bil in 2011.