Asia Education

Why DigiPen Institute of Technology?

By Tue, Nov 23, 2010 11:56PM UTC

Last year, “The Princeton Review” looked at nearly 500 institutions and colleges in North America that offer video game design programs. DigiPen ranked in the top two and was named one of the best institutions in North America to study game design. This ranking is not surprising because DigiPen is

What the world can learn from Indian innovations

By Tue, Nov 23, 2010 5:57PM UTC

The unique nature of innovations in India inspired Navi Radjou, Executive Director of the Centre for India and Global Business at the University of Cambridge’s Judge Business School, to coin the term INDOvations to describe it. After presenting on INDOvations at Asia Society centers in New York, San Francisco, and

Philippines schools and students prepare to strike

By Tue, Nov 23, 2010 2:15PM UTC

Following the initial salvo fired by the Polytechnic University of the Philippines, more state colleges and universities across the country are set to hammer the Aquino administration with school strikes in protest of reduction of state budgetary allocations for their institutions. PUP, the country’s biggest state school in terms of

Great value adds up at JCU Brisbane

By Tue, Nov 23, 2010 12:34PM UTC

  By Gavin Atkins If you want to study for an affordable, internationally recognised qualification, it would be hard to beat James Cook University Brisbane. Of course, it is impossible to get good value out of a qualification unless it comes from a credible organisation. As the second oldest university

English question on university entrance exam was duplicate of private school exam

By Tue, Nov 23, 2010 8:07AM UTC

Original article in Korean is here. The 24th odd-numbered question on the English language portion of the 2011 university entrance exam (대학수학능력시험) is nearly identical to a question used on a practice exam for second-year high school students at Daesung Institute (대성학원). The question involves the biology and habits of