Canadian educators have partnered with the National Skill Development Corporation of India to undertake part of the mammoth task of upskilling India's youth population. With the NSDC responsible for training 150 million young people by 2022, this month it has signed 13 memoranda of understanding.
France is introducing a two year post-study work residence permit for Indian graduates, during Indian Prime Minister Modi's visit. The bilateral agreement will also enable 250 French graduates to remain in India for two years working for French companies.
Malaysia’s Ministry of Education released a national ‘blueprint’ of higher education last week, which will aim to transform the country’s higher education sector, and enable it to compete on a global scale.
The number of foreign students studying in Japan increased by 9.5% from 168,145 to 184,155 between 2013 and 2014 as the country begins to recover from the impact of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake, statistics from the Japan Student Services Organisation show.