Initial report: Malaysian Students’ English Proficiency at Good Level

The preliminary report by the Cambridge English Language Assessment has been positive on the level of proficiency in the language with regard to Malaysian students from the pre-school to pre-university level, says Deputy Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, here, Tuesday. Muhyiddin, who is also Education Minister, was given a briefing on the results of the […]

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Unesco member countries seek Malaysia’s help in education – Muhyiddin

Several United Nations Educational, Sciences and Cultural Organisation (Unesco) member countries plan to seek assistance and in the same time gain experience from Malaysia, especially in education and training of teachers. Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin who is also the Education Minister, said the requests were received during bilateral meetings with Oman Education […]

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Plan to place EMGS, Immigration officers in same office

The Education Malaysia Global Service (EMGS) is in the midst of working on a plan to have dedicated immigration officers placed in the same office to speed up the international student visa application process. Its chief executive officer Mohd Yazid Abd Hamid said the discussion between the related bodies was ongoing and the decision on […]

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Malaysia adopts Google Apps and Chromebooks for education

Move will allow students and teachers to collaborate on documents The country of Malaysia has announced plans to move 10 million students, teachers and parents to Google Apps, as part of a national plan to reform the country’s educational system. As part of the initiative, the country is also deploying Google Chromebooks to primary and […]

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