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IDP Education Australia

Saturday, 16 June, 2007, 12:00am

International Preschools

MULTIPLE CAMPUS

Deborah English Kindergarten and International Play Schools

Hung Hom: G/F Site 9 Shop G5 + G5B, Whampoa Garden

Tel: 2994 8998

Fax: 2994 8812

Tseung Kwan O: Kindergarten Tower, Beverly Garden, and Kindergarten Tower, Bauhinia Garden

Tel: 2217 7933/3403 4393

16 Jun 2007 - 12:00am

Primer on secondary schooling structure

The new senior secondary structure will be introduced in 2009

It will replace the current seven years of secondary school with three years of junior secondary followed by three years of senior secondary

26 May 2007 - 12:00am

HKIEd launches 'voucher quality' centre

The Hong Kong Institute of Education yesterday launched a centre to support preschools preparing for the quality inspections that will be carried out as part of the education voucher scheme. Staff from the institute will help kindergartens with self-evaluation and assessments of children, as well as run courses to equip teachers with skills in these areas.

19 May 2007 - 12:00am

Higher calling

As education ministers from more than 40 countries in Europe converge on London next week to review progress in harmonising their higher education systems, countries outside Europe, including the US, Australia and China, will be watching closely.

12 May 2007 - 12:00am

Higher calling

As education ministers from more than 40 countries in Europe converge on London next week to review progress in harmonising their higher education systems, countries outside Europe, including the US, Australia and China, will be watching closely.

11 May 2007 - 12:00am

Teachers at for-profit preschools face discrimination, says lawmaker

The education minister was accused yesterday of discriminating against teachers in kindergartens that operate for profit.

At a Legislative Council meeting, Liberal Party legislator Tommy Cheung Yu-yan said teachers in profit-making kindergartens were being treated unfairly because they received a different subsidy than those at non-profit kindergartens.

10 May 2007 - 12:00am

Mailbag

Australia's new language rules no barrier to students

21 Apr 2007 - 12:00am

Professor in student ban over new levy

Cash-strapped universities stir anger with hefty fees

A prominent history professor from the prestigious Zhejiang University has refused to take in new students this semester to protest against a levy on lecturers supervising postgraduate and PhD students.

25 Mar 2007 - 12:00am

Pursuit of quality turns top US expert into globetrotter

If it's a blessing to pursue the dream of a lifetime, then David Chapman, Wallace Professor of Teaching and Learning at the University of Minnesota, is a very lucky man - for he gets paid to do just that.

24 Mar 2007 - 12:00am

Four-year programme seen as a bonus

The university is excited about the extended degree format, which it sees as a great opportunity for students and faculty

20 Mar 2007 - 12:00am

Chinese fill up more postgrad posts in UK

About 20 per cent of postgraduate students at some universities in Britain are now Chinese with institutions visiting the mainland up to six times a year to recruit, a new survey has shown.

The study of more than 50 universities found each institute had about 550 mainland students on average, representing 4.5 per cent of the total student population.

27 Jan 2007 - 12:00am

Chinese fill up more postgrad posts in UK

About 20 per cent of postgraduate students at some universities in Britain are now Chinese with institutions visiting the mainland up to six times a year to recruit, a new survey has shown.

The study of more than 50 universities found each institute had about 550 mainland students on average, representing 4.5 per cent of the total student population.

26 Jan 2007 - 12:00am

History, bias set tone for way forward in regional education

KAZAKH EDUCATOR Kulamergen Mussin brimmed with excitement as he wrapped up his first participation in a conference in Asia.

'Asia is becoming more important, especially considering the extent to which China is changing,' he said. 'It will be interesting to do more research comparing education systems in Asia and Europe.'

13 Jan 2007 - 12:00am

Taking the plunge

Admission boards look for maturity, creativity and intelligence in candidates to determine if they are suitable for the gruelling work ahead

BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY are becoming more competitive and people are increasingly looking to postgraduate degrees to secure an advantage for themselves.

13 Jan 2007 - 12:00am