Govt drafts rules to allow concerts on campus
Higher Education Minister Khaled Nordin was previously reported as saying that the guidelines have yet to be given the green light.
Varsity makes U-turn after protest over exams during polls?
Outrage on campus over plan to continue with exams denying students their right to vote on Aug 12.
Make it official, retract call for merit-based system, MCA tells DAP
The BN component party says DAP must clearly state that it is no longer opposed to the quota system for the Malays and Bumiputeras.
Latin American universities embrace ChatGPT despite cheating fears
The AI chatbot can generate coherent prose, including essays, stories, summaries, legal text, and even poetry about virtually any subject in response to users' questions and is designed to mimic a human conversation.
Jack Ma accepts university teaching post in Hong Kong
The appointment comes weeks after the billionaire made a rare public appearance in China following his fall from grace during a government crackdown on the tech industry over two years ago.
Lively debate in town hall session on Auku
Questions are raised on the abolishment versus the amendment of the act, and freedom of association, among others.
Why some SPM grads don't want to go back to school
A number of factors are at play, including concerns over finances and the cost of living.
University students juggle work and studies amid cost-of-living dilemma
Some of them spend more time at work than they do attending lectures.
Varsities act under review to allow student participation in politics
Section 15 of the Universities and University Colleges Act is being reviewed by the higher education ministry.
For some school-leavers, university no longer the destination of choice
Youngsters who decide against attending university say they can still contribute to society in many ways.
Afghan women banned from university 'for not following dress code'
The Taliban's higher education minister says women students have ignored Islamic instructions – including on what to wear or being accompanied by a male relative when travelling.
Police escorts, flight bans as half a million South Koreans sit key exam
Seoul's Education Ministry says 508,030 students were sitting for the annual nine-hour test this year, the results of which are crucial for securing spots at top universities.
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