A new university in the Northern Cape means that students in the area now have an opportunity to attend.
The Sol Plaatje University in Kimberley aims to increase its course offerings and student intake steadily.
New Zealand students will benefit from stronger links with businesses, thanks to a five-year programme.
The strategy will help improve students’ workplace skills.
Russian-speaking students in Estonia have asked for more lessons in Estonian in primary school.Read more
The Japanese education ministry has amended its rules to allow schools to teach on Saturdays.Read more
Bulgaria must make headway on its education legislation in order to keep the EU funding allocated to it.Read more
The European Commission is warning of a looming IT skills shortage which could affect competitiveness.Read more
A region in India has ambitious plans to integrate IT-based learning into its schools.Read more
School league tables in England are to differentiate between academic and vocational qualifications.Read more
Malta’s Education Ministry plans introduce a new subject into schools from September 2014. Read more
Australian students can now make decisions about their education using a new government website.Read more
Children without internet access at home are falling behind their classmates, says a new study.Read more
President Obama is to host a higher education event at the White House, alongside his wife, Michelle. Read more
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