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Egyptian varsities postpone start of new session to Oct 19

KUALA LUMPUR: The new session for all universities in Egypt will be postponed to Oct 19 while all examinations will begin on Sept 21.

Friday clashes the bloodiest

PETALING JAYA: Malaysian student Mohd Syafiq Lokman Hakim will never forget the bloody clashes that took place just about 100m from his residence in Mansoura, Egypt.

Exams in Egypt postponed for Malaysian students

KUALA LUMPUR: The repeat examinations for 3,300 Malaysian students in Egyptian institutions of higher learning have been postponed to a later date.

Submit appeal by Sunday, bright students told

KUCHING: Students who failed to secure a place in public universities or study courses of their preference have to submit their appeals by Sunday.

More women accepted into public varsities

PETALING JAYA: More female students have been accepted into public universities than their male counterparts, said the Education Ministry’s Higher Education Department.

Checking varsity applications

STUDENTS with Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) or its equivalent who applied for entry into public universities (IPTA) and premier polytechnics, can now check their application status.


DISTED College, Penang, will hold its Open Day on April 27 and 28 from 9am to 5pm. There will be talks on various courses, psychological testing, electronics and photography workshops and a campus walkabout. Admission is free. For details, call Latha at 04-2296 579 or visit


THE International Language Academy (ILA) will be conducting a one-day Accelerated Literacy and Language Enhancement Programme (ALLEP) in Kuala Lumpur at Midah Hotel on April 27 from 9am to 4.30pm.


Greater rewards at academic awards

PUTRAJAYA: The 2012 National Academic Awards (AAN2012) to be presented in July will offer higher cash prizes with the Academic Personality Award at RM200,000 compared with the previous RM80,000 and RM50,000 for other categories against the RM20,000 the year before.