Education

India's telecom tycoon Sunil Bharti Mittal walks in front of Bharti Airtel's logo. © AP

Telecom tycoon Mittal pledges over $1bn for philanthropy

Bharti Airtel chief plans to build tech-focused university for underprivileged

  • Hong Kong, Singapore are Asian stars in IMD talent ranking

    Europeans tops in attracting and keeping talent, annual survey finds

  • Singapore sponges up Silicon Valley wisdom to win the future

    College interns rub elbows with the likes of Elon Musk and return with big ideas

  • From household slavery to international activism

    Young Nepalese bring their fight against child labor to Tokyo

  • Nikkei, Columbia Journalism School announce Asia scholarship

    Program aims to support the development of democracy in Asia

  • Thailand and Mongolia embracing Japanese 'Kosen' schools

    One hopes to avoid middle-income trap; other seeks modernization

  • In first, 3 Asian schools crack Times Higher Education top 30

    Technical prowess powers the region's universities up the world rankings

  • Wealthy Chinese kindergarten provides serious security

    Spate of violent crimes against kids heightens concerns over safety

  • Breaking the poverty trap through education

    Lack of access to opportunities perpetuates vicious cycle in Asia

  • US business schools losing edge to Asia

    Trump's immigration policy and high tuitions are driving away students

  • American students lose interest in China studies

    Concerns about pollution, work opportunities take toll on enrollment

  • RareJob to start study abroad program in the Philippines

    Collaboration with local company targets Japanese professionals learning English

  • Motives unclear in Vietnamese companies' new gig as educators

    Besides tax breaks, did politics inspire school openings?

  • Kyoto University to train tourism management specialists

    School to partner with Cornell as Japan aims to boost number of visitors

  • Japanese students to begin English lessons in third grade

    Two-year head start aimed at cultivating global talent

  • Hong Kong University chief leaving, calls job 'complicated'

    Mathieson cites wish for home, not politics, in taking lesser-paying post

  • China's CEIBS named Asia's top choice for an MBA

    Shanghai school serves as talent factory for country's corporate titans

  • Young Chinese gravitate to grad schools for an employment edge

    Millions pin hopes on higher degrees as plum jobs grow harder to find

  • Learning centers for Myanmar migrant children face crisis

    As aid flows to their home country, those still in Thailand are being forgotten