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Burma prevents student protesters from marching to Yangon

By Mon, Mar 02, 2015 3:33PM UTC Burma prevents student protesters from marching to Yangon

LETPADAN, Burma/Myanmar (AP) — Truckloads of police have prevented hundreds of student protesters from marching to Burma’s biggest city to push for educational reform.

Ex-university president to head China’s environment agency

By Fri, Feb 27, 2015 9:51PM UTC Ex-university president to head China's environment agency

BEIJING (AP) — A former university president has been appointed to lead the Chinese government’s efforts to clean up the environment.

How to choose the best pathway to your UK degree

By Wed, Feb 25, 2015 10:12AM UTC How to choose the best pathway to your UK degree

What are the Pathways at Oxford International Education Group? Pathways are a range of educational opportunities offered by Oxford International Education Group in partnership with a range of UK universities. Our first partnership with De Montfort University has provided many opportunities for international students to take a pathway programme prior

Burma government warns students to stop march for reforms

By Sat, Feb 14, 2015 2:47PM UTC Burma government warns students to stop march for reforms

YANGON, Burma/Myanmar (AP) — Burma’s government has warned student protesters against marching to Yangon to seek educational reforms, saying “action will be taken” to restore law and order if they go ahead.

Philippines: Manila students protest violence against women

By Fri, Feb 13, 2015 2:29PM UTC Philippines: Manila students protest violence against women

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Around 4,000 students from a Roman Catholic school in Manila have stomped their feet and raised their hands as they danced to call for an end to violence against women and girls.