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THE first half of 2017 has been positive and historical for Malaysian higher education. Across various international achievement indicators, Malaysian universities as well as the higher education system as a whole have recorded significant improvements.
The entire country is captivated by the discourse on the 2050 National Transformation (TN50) initiative. There is a palpable feeling of excitement over the deliberations on where we see our country in the year 2050.
In the recently released Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings by Subject 2017, Universiti Malaya's engineering faculty was ranked 35th in the "engineering and technology" category.
I was speaking to some friends at the Ministry of Higher Education a few days ago and was pleasantly surprised to find out various interesting things about Malaysia’s research & development (R&D) landscape – many we can be proud of and probably didn’t know about. Inspired, I’ve up come with this list.
Who better to impart lessons to traverse the path to success than those who have successfully made the journey?
Ultimately, a ranking number is merely a guide, not an absolute, when choosing a place to study.
About 37 million people are living with HIV.
The rate of urbanisation in Malaysia between 2010-2015 was 2.49%. This remains significant because close to 75% of Malaysia’s population live in urban areas.
HOW does the future of food look like in Malaysia?
The use of penile prosthesis is actually one of the oldest form of treatments for erectile dysfunction.