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School where refugees are the teachers

Teaching his native Arabic to students online has been a game changer for Syrian refugee Sami as he makes a fresh start in the UK. The Aleppo University engineering graduate says that working for an online language learning platform in London has helped him find his feet and motivation as he begins life anew. The…

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Uganda: Medical Regulatory Bodies Urge Adopting External Examinations for Medical Graduates

Representatives of medical regulatory bodies in Uganda are calling for the introduction of mandatory graduation examinations, conducted by the Uganda Medical and Dental Practitioners Council, for all Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery graduates who intend to practice in Uganda to ensure that medical doctors are adequately trained.  Uganda’s medical universities are graduating growing numbers of…

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China increases education spending in 2017

BEIJING — China spent nearly 4.3 trillion yuan ($675.3 billion) on education in 2017, an increase of 9.43 percent from 2016, according to preliminary statistics released by the Ministry of Education Tuesday. Spending on preschool education reached 325.5 billion yuan, up 16.11 percent from the previous year. Investment in compulsory education totaled nearly 1.94 trillion…

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Chinese Government Scholarship-WMO Program

WMO Program is a partial scholarship (including a tuition waiver, accommodation, and medical insurance) established by Ministry of Education for World Meteorological Organization (WMO) to sponsor international students to study and conduct research in meteorology, hydrology, and water resources supervision & management in China. I Supporting Categories, Duration, Instruction Language, Institutions and Majors 1. Supporting…

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