An organization in the US has gotten the green light to establish a non-profit university in Ho Chi Minh City, the first of its kind in Vietnam.
Internationalisation of higher education has gained public attention as one result of the increased cross-border activity of universities across the world.
A desire to produce well-rounded graduates, an influx of Chinese students, heartburn over university rankings: Such universal topics were among the subjects of discussion at the three-day annual meeting of the Asia-Pacific Association for International Education in Seoul, South Korea, which ended March 20.
Flappy Bird illustrates the untapped potential of Vietnamese tech startups—as well as the challenges they face.
In July 2013 a new course will be available on Stanford’s free on-line platform. The course is a short intervention designed to change students’ relationships with math. I have taught this intervention successfully in the past (in classrooms); it caused students to re-engage successfully with math, taking a new approach to the subject and their learning.