Asia Education

Seoul: Pyongyang boycotts University Games in SKorea

By Mon, Jun 22, 2015 11:37AM UTC

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Seoul says North Korea has canceled plans to attend next month’s University Games in South Korea.

6 reasons why an international boarding school is the best choice for students

By Thu, Jun 18, 2015 10:05PM UTC

International boarding schools offer a great opportunity away from home, as well as some of the best education in the world. Attending an international boarding school can assist with providing a high quality education, while offering life skills that can impact a student’s life for the better. Both parents and

Studying Business in Southeast Asia

By Mon, Jun 15, 2015 8:54PM UTC

Southeast Asia has long been known as an important part of the world trading system and is currently known internationally as key business hub, with countries such as Malaysia and Singapore representing modern commercial and industrial business cores. Southeast Asia has become a popular location for international students to study

Food for thought: Inadequate nutrition and educational inequality in Thailand

By Mon, Jun 15, 2015 3:32PM UTC

Further evidence of inequality in Thailand’s school system made the headlines this month in separate reports by the Public Ministry of Health and the World Bank.

A university in desperate need: Mandalay University, Burma

By Mon, Jun 15, 2015 9:08AM UTC

I have just returned from a three-day visit to Mandalay University where it was revealed to me the devastating situation universities within Burma (Myanmar) find themselves in. I even struggle to use the word ‘university’, due to a lack of students, resources, facilities and knowledge. However I will continue to use the word due to the immense hunger local academics have for improvement, increased knowledge, academic independence and foreign assistance.