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25 juillet 2017

Australia's Reform: Increasing Equity Through Cuts?

Higher Education in Australia faces a substantial disruption in how it develops in the wake of proposed changes presented by the Minister for Education, Simon Birmingham. More...

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12 juillet 2017

Ministry makes comparing admissions information easier

Prospective students and their families will have better access to clear and consistent information on university entry requirements from next month under a plan unveiled by the Turnbull government. More...

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Universities are agents for city-wide change – Minister

Universities can play a huge part in transforming cities as they help to transform knowledge into new ideas, new businesses and new jobs, said Minister for Education (Higher Education and Skills) Ong Ye Kung last week, writes Prisca Ang for The Straits Times. More...

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Universities attack higher education reform package

Universities have taken aim at Education Minister Simon Birmingham’s higher education reform package in submissions to a Senate inquiry, singling out changes to the way postgraduate places are allocated and performance-contingent funding for particular derision, writes Julie Hare for The Australian. More...

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Hong Kong’s new leader in education spending spree

School leavers looking to continue their studies and contract teachers hoping for full-time jobs will benefit as Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor outlined her extra funding plan for education, writes Peace Chiu for South China Morning Post. More...

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What can we learn from returning Chinese students?

By Ka Ho Mok. While higher education continues along an outward-looking, globally connected trajectory, recent democratic elections in the United Kingdom and United States may suggest that the voting public is becoming increasingly sceptical about the growing tide of internationalisation in higher education. More...

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Towards a Southeast Asian Higher Education Area

By Darren J McDermott. The year 2017 marks the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations or ASEAN. As with many such milestones, there is a natural tendency to evaluate the significance of what has gone before and, perhaps more importantly, to predict what lies ahead. More...

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Government rushes closure of Kashmir universities

By Haroon Mirani. Thousands of students in Indian administered Kashmir were surprised as the government announced a 10-day summer vacation for schools, colleges and universities starting 6 July. More...

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Communist Party stresses leadership over universities

A meeting of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee last week emphasised the party's authority over higher education institutions, reports Xinhua. More...

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Government seizes control of private teaching hospital

By Dinesh De Alwis. The government has approved a proposal made by the higher education and health ministers to take over a private medical teaching hospital affiliated to the South Asian Institute of Technology and Medicine or SAITM Malabe campus – the country’s first private medical college. More...

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