Events: Reading Skills in 21st Century – Study and Live in Australia Expo 2019 – Reading Skills in 21st Century
Events: Global Village 2019 – Book Exchange Meet Up – Not Sure What to Study?
Scholarships: Faculty Postgraduate Scholarships – DAAD and TU Berlin Scholarships – Youth and Historical Studies
Events: Study in Canada: Seneca College – Youth’s Roles in supporting Women Empowerment – Job Fair for December 2018
Travelling and studying abroad will help students learn the cultures, lifestyles of other races, as well as gain and practice soft and hard skills from people around the globe.
Scholarships: University of Auckland Summer Scholarships – International Training Workshop on Big Earth Data for Disaster Risk Reduction – O-YES International Conference (OIC) 2018
Even at a young age, Leng Vandy already had a clear vision of where he wants to go and what he wants to be.
Scholarships available! apply now 4.6.2018 The DCU international scholarship programme for full degree undergraduate and postgraduate taught programmes is a golden opportunity for all non-EU students around the world to apply.
Representatives of 14 New Zealand education institutions visited Phnom Penh to provide face-to-face advice and guidance to students and parents on study options in New Zealand.
Scholarships available! apply now 3.16.2018 – Academic University pathway scholarships – Women Deliver programme – Young Women Transform Prize – Canada-Asean scholarships and educational exchanges for development (SEED)
Scholarships available! apply now 3.2.2018 DCU International Scholarship Programmes for Full Degree Undergraduates and the Postgraduate – SCI Germany is offering volunteer opportunities to successful international applicants between 18 and 28 years.
Common dieting advice urges people to either eat fewer carbohydrates or less fat in order to shed weight. But a study on Tuesday found neither approach is better than the other.
NagaWorld is supporting school children with study materials through a new initiative aimed at uplifting underprivileged students.
Phnom Penh authorities plan to shut down all clubs and bars operating during the daytime because students are choosing to partying.