Scholarships, grants, bursaries and study loans are just some of the options available.
There is a trend to separate human development from economic growth and nation building.
The minister wants his former party's boss to apologise over an article in PAS portal Harakahdaily.
Known for its excellent international reputation, US varsities are bastions of cultural diversity and invest in optimised classroom experiences and more.
The PPBM president says Marzuki has given an explanation, adding that PH and PPBM always hold to principles of integrity, honesty and truth.
Marzuki Yahya and others with lowly degrees have nothing to be ashamed of as long as they have integrity and humility.
The deputy foreign minister produces a certificate to show he graduated from Cambridge International University (CIU).
Can we trust politicians who have no qualms about using a fake degree when they declare their assets to the public?
This comes after an activist lodged a police report asking for the deputy minister’s academic credentials to be verified.
Muhsin Abdul Latheef claims the degree is not offered outside the United Kingdom, despite the deputy minister's claim.
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A lawyer advises and represents clients in court or in private legal matters and communicates with them, colleagues, judges and other professionals involved in a case.
Below are some of the factors to be considered when choosing between either a Cambridge A Level or AUSMAT.
Besides practising law, law degree holders can pursue a career in publishing and marketing such as a legal editor, proofreader, copywriter, or even a novelist.
The Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) must be overhauled and the people in charge must not think that the curriculum is the Word of God.
It is your choice to ensure that you have the ability to generate income over time so you can afford to buy your desired piece of property.
Millennials have been accused of disrupting many industries, from newspapers to brick-and-mortar stores. Credit cards appear to be next in line.
The accused allegedly claimed he has degrees in law and business administration from the United Kingdom.