A commitment to closer bilateral cooperation in the fields of innovation and education was among the leading outcomes of a visit to Kuala Lumpur from a delegation led by UK Prime Minister David Cameron in late July.
The latest development plan in Malaysia has placed human capital at its core, setting ambitious objectives to improve professional training and education as the country works towards a broader vision to join the ranks of developed economies by 2020.
Just as low-cost airlines helped broaden access to air travel in South-east Asia, Malaysian entrepreneurs now see a unique opportunity to provide quality health care to all citizens in ASEAN and beyond. One of the most ambitious and far-reaching projects in this sector is the proposed International Medical Campus (IMC) at Kuala Lumpur...
Universities in Malaysia have been given a key role in government plans to raise the country to developed-nation status by 2020. However, much more investment will be necessary if higher education institutions are to meet the targets the state has set.
How will the Education Blueprint 2013-25 help to address the gap in soft skills for primary and secondary graduates, particularly for English?
As Malaysia strives to achieve developed-nation status by 2020, the education sector is undergoing detailed improvement and development. Having launched its first blueprint in 2011, the Ministry of Education has recently drawn up plans for new reforms at all levels, in line with the country’s long-term development plan, the Economic...
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