Asia Education

Find out what Jaymee Nghi Do, from Vietnam, thinks of her experience at De Montfort University.

By Thu, Apr 23, 2015 12:21AM UTC

Jaymee Nghi Do, from Vietnam, is currently studying the International Foundation Certificate in Art and Design at Leicester International Pathway College, at De Montfort University campus. She is sharing her positive experience below. “I chose to join Leicester International Pathway College (LIPC) as its International Foundation Certificate in Art and

Will Thai junta’s Education Ministry purge help raise teaching standards?

By Wed, Apr 22, 2015 10:31AM UTC

It’s almost a year since General Prayuth Chan-o-cha came to power in Thailand’s 12th successful coup, but during this time there had been little sign of the promised reforms that Thailand’s education system so badly needs. However, all that might now be changing with signs that this most urgent of issues is finally being tackled.

Revolutions in Engineering: Engineering Education for the Future

By Tue, Apr 21, 2015 9:44PM UTC

As our modern world continues to become increasingly complex, the need for those with the skills to solve the problems of tomorrow will only grow in importance. While it might be surprising to hear, engineers may be the only people qualified to solve many of these new problems. Engineering is

Corruption and malpractice in Australia’s international student industry

By Tue, Apr 21, 2015 2:10PM UTC

Australian universities have come under increased pressure this week to review international student recruitment practices after a damning ABC documentary exposed what it described as “systemic abuse of the system”.

Why Study Business?

By Wed, Apr 15, 2015 1:55AM UTC

It is almost impossible to live your life without coming into contact with the business world on some level, from the clothes you wear to the food you eat, business is all around you. There are myriad opportunities within this world for your business career path; however, a key stepping-stone