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Education challenges for 2019 and beyond

For this year’s final piece, I would like to look at the future of our education system and prompt some questions we should be asking ourselves for 2019 and beyond.

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How to be world’s happiest

The culture in Malaysia is great but there are many more good elements it can absorb.

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The most innovative ministry in M’sia?

To tackle the challenges faced by students, industry and academics, many innovative ideas are being introduced to improve the tertiary education ecosystem.

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Call for high-tech higher education

Artificial intelligence professors, social online learning and Netflix-style textbooks are just some of the changes students want to embrace – more so than their professors.

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Getting the best of both academic worlds

As students embark on the 2017/2018 academic year, the author reflects on his time at an Islamic university as well as the oldest English-speaking university in the world.

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The positive energy of Prof Shamala

It would be hard to find a professor of Computer Sciences who is as passionate and committed to sports.

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Record-breaking year for M’sian higher education

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.

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From school dropout to MIT student

An unconventional career has led an unconventional man to pursue an unconventional degree.

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Why it’s vital to pay back student loans

Besides pushing graduates to repay their debts, PTPTN also encourages parents to save for their children’s education.

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Filling in the gaps between studies

Taking a year off from studies gives people a chance to gain new experiences and re-evaluate their academic and career goals.