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AI to have 2x impact on rate of innovation in Asia Pacific unis
By 2021, education institutions with AI stand to experience the biggest jump in higher funding Culture key to help nurture AI-mindset, education leaders need to empower staff to work in agile manner
Seven years on, graduates still face the same challenges
Edwin Yapp mulls the state of graduates today compared to seven years ago, when Digital News Asia first explored the issue. Has anything changed?
UNIMY boosts student prospects through 6 MOUs to enhance industry partnerships
ICT-focused digital technology university partners with six companies to provide various training and industry-related experiences.
Week in Review: #mydigitalmaker boosts Malaysia’s efforts to keep up
Secondary school kids in Malaysia to be exposed to coding via Design Technology/Comp Science Computational thinking methodology as part of teaching tool kit expands to more teachers  
Fintech startup Skolafund aims to help underprivileged students
Skolafund aims to be the biggest education financing platform in Asia by helping underprivileged students pay their fees via crowdfunding.
Week in Review: Digital is a crucial life skill
With life going digital, students especially must be equipped with coding skills and digital tools, writes Karamjit Singh.
XL tantang mahasiswa jadi direksi
  Mereka akan mendapat fasilitas dan tugas selayaknya direksi perusahaan Dipilih dari 2.234 mahasiswa berusia 18-25 tahun dengan IPK minimal 2,85
APAC students want coding as a core subject in school: Microsoft study
Microsoft Corp has released the results from a new Asia Pacific study which revealed that the majority of students in the region recognise the value of coding in their education and the potential it creates for their future careers.
University course comparison portal UniDigest officially launches
University course comparison portal UniDigest was officially launched on March 1, ready to take on its more established competitor EasyUni, which launched in 2010.
Malaysian startups collaborate to offer integrated services to students
Three Malaysian startups – CatchThatBus, MyTeksi and TextBookAsia – have agreed to a collaboration that would see the student community enjoying integrated services at a discount, CatchThatBus said in a statement.
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