Harvard language program relocates from China to Taiwan

An intensive summer language program hosted by Harvard University in Beijing will relocate to Taiwan in summer of 2022, as the U.S.-China relationship remains strained. The program is moving to Taipei

Breaking: High schools to resume May in two-phased approach

High schools will resume in May in a two-phased approach, Lo Pak Sang, director of the Education and Youth Affairs Bureau (DSEJ) has just announced at the daily press conference

Education | Local students eligible to apply directly for University of Coimbra

The University of Coimbra (UC) has opened applications to local and Chinese students looking to further their studies at one of Europe’s oldest universities. High school students from Macau and China

Education | DSEJ intends to penalize parents of school dropouts

The Education and Youth Affairs Bureau (DSEJ) intends to introduce penalties into the compulsory education regime for parents who are considered responsible for their children dropping out of school. The bureau’s

Education | IPOR launches phrasebook to mark 25th anniversary

The Portuguese Institute of the Orient (IPOR) launched a Portuguese-Chinese phrasebook to mark its 25th anniversary this week. The new phrasebook is mainly targeted at Chinese speakers who are looking

Education | UM Law degree no longer automatically recognized in Portugal

The University of Macau’s Law degree (taught in Portuguese) is no longer automatically recognized in Portugal, following changes added to its curricula. “The degree can be recognized , but will no

Education | UM organizes largest career fair in its history

According to a press release issued by UM, the event includes more than 100 companies, offering over 5,000 jobs in more than 20 industries to over 1,300 graduating UM students. The

Education | Schools that leave out the boys

Mandy, Daisy and Sally share more than the uniform at Lady Fatima’s School. For most of their lives, they have attended a girls’ school. They don’t have a lot of

Education | Local writers tour schools to share reading experiences

The Macau Foundation revealed in a statement that about 3,000 students took part in these lectures, which adds to the existing “Writing Comments about Reading of a Text for Secondary

Education | Local schools implement measures to stop harassment

Several local schools are creating guidelines on how to handle sexual harassment cases, after the issue entered public debate recently, following complaints filed by at least four University of Macau

Education | IPM launches research on language and cultural identity

A project entitled the “Macau public’s attitude on language and cultural identity under a multicultural and multilingual background” was announced this week in a press conference organized by the Macau

EDUCATION | USJ opens applications for language and culture classes

The Language and Culture Programs include Cantonese and Mandarin for foreigners, taught by a professor who also speaks English. Portuguese, French, Japanese and Korean language classes, as well as English

EDUCATION | GAES increases vacancies for summer language program in Portugal

The Tertiary Education Services Office (GAES) has increased the number of vacancies for a summer language school in Portugal from 56 to 100, Wong Yut Peng, the functional head of

EDUCATION | UM holds admission talk

The University of Macau (UM) recently held its Principals’ Recommended Admission Talk 2015/2016 to promote its educational mission, academic programs, exchange opportunities, and career prospects to prospective students. According to a

EDUCATION | Mock papers for joint uni entrance exam to be released this month

Mr Kwong said that the four higher education institutions have finished compiling the opinions collected from local schools and teachers regarding the preliminary mock syllabus and mock papers that were

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