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PETALING JAYA: Universiti Malaya (UM) is increasing its intake of students through a special open channel known as Saluran Terbuka Universiti Malaya or Satu, to make the varsity financially sustainable.
BEIJING: Fifty years ago, with an unexpected yet fortunate encounter, Chinese and American ping-pong players broke through deeply entrenched ideological barriers and started a world-reshaping process that eventually recoupled their countries after 20 years of mutual hostility and isolation.
First Secretary of State and Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Commonwealth and Development Affairs of the United Kingdom (UK) Dominic Raab is keen on exploring new opportunities with Brunei to enhance relations between the two countries, including trade, security cooperation, modern sustainable economy, threats to cyber and the roles in the ‘Indo-pacific Tilt’.
THE largest vaccination campaign in world history has begun in earnest. Close to 500 million Covid-19 shots have been administered since last December in 133 countries, according to Bloomberg's global tracker.
PETALING JAYA: All five million students are in school today, the first time that everyone is back since the country had to grapple with the third wave of Covid-19 cases.
SIXTY-SEVEN international postgraduate students from Indonesia will be starting their studies in Malaysia after completing their seven-day quarantine.
Chinese students looking abroad confident about coronavirus pandemic, but keeping an eye on geopolitics
Britain remains the favoured destination for students surveyed about their overseas study plans, followed by the US, Australia and CanadaThe pandemic and policies targeting Chinese students are among concerns but parents don’t appear worried about protests in Hong Kong, consultant says
EIGHTY medical students of the RCSI & UCD Malaysia Campus’ (RUMC) from the Class of 2023 are all set to begin their clinical training in Penang.
TO maintain the quality of education, especially in light of the Covid-19 pandemic which has forced education to go online globally, it is crucial to have the hardware and software in place.
The Australian government said it is working to establish a travel bubble with Singapore by the middle of 2021.