higher education

Preparing A Pipeline Of Life Sciences Talent

PSB Academy offers students a flexible life sciences education with well-equipped facilities as well as overseas research opportunities at La Trobe University where they can learn from distinguished faculty.

A Model Way Of Analyzing University Performance

Graduate employability is associated with high levels of research intensity and internationalization at universities, according to a mathematical model developed by Filipino scientists.

Training The Scientists Of Tomorrow

At their virtual open house on 16 January 2021, learn about how PSB Academy’s School of Life and Physical Sciences prepares aspiring science and health professionals for the careers of tomorrow.

Nobel Laureate Brian Schmidt On Education In A Post-COVID World (VIDEO)

Catch Nobel Laureate Brian Schmidt as he discusses how technology can help universities respond to COVID-19 and students prepare for an uncertain future.

Wanted: Managers With A Human Touch

ESSEC’s Master of Science in Management of Health Industries program offers a unique Asian take on the healthcare industry and gives students a chance to launch exciting careers.

Scientific Output From China Exceeds The US’ For The First Time

China publishes more scientific papers than the US on an annual basis, according to a report by the US National Science Foundation.

HKUST Appoints Professor Shyy Wei As Fourth President

Professor Shyy Wei takes over the reins of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology from current president Professor Tony F. Chan.

Taking The Pulse Of Healthcare Regulations

Taught by leading industry experts, the Master of Science in Management of Health Industries course at ESSEC Asia-Pacific gives students a behind-the-scenes understanding of how healthcare is regulated.

NUS Tops Inaugural THE Asia-Pacific University Rankings

The National University of Singapore was ranked first among 243 universities in the Asia-Pacific region in the inaugural Times Higher Education Asia-Pacific University Rankings.

Nature Index: Japan’s R&D Performance Strong But Declining

Although still one of the world's elite in R&D, Japan might risk losing its spot if it can't resolve the downward trend in research productivity, report says.