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With the government’s focus on international student recruitment, DISCO sought an international payment partner to streamline the payment process for application and enrollment fees. It aimed to provide students with more payment options and reduce manual reconciliation for administrators.

Most international schools in Hong Kong have resumed their foreign exchange programs following the reopening of international travel. Educators consider these programs to be crucial for students’ learning and personal growth.

Based on the MOU the two institutions signed, they will coordinate future student routes and exchanges, faculty mobility, collaborative research projects, and other forms of bilateral academic collaboration throughout the course of the following five years.

Colombia’s armed conflict has significantly contributed to the education crisis in the country. Tackling this issue requires both immediate emergency responses and long-term peace and development initiatives that bridge humanitarian, peace, and development efforts.

UNESCO, Brazil’s Ministry of Education, and the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences co-hosted the event to celebrate successful initiatives for improving school environments and fostering discourse around integrated public policies.

Experts from UNESCO, UNICEF EAPRO, and UNESCO UIL emphasized the importance of multiple pathways to education and training. They advocated for the development of transferable skills among learners and stressed the importance of accessible education and inclusive practices.

In support of academic research, technological solutions development, and service improvement for out-of-school youth, the US Embassy in the Philippines has announced a grant from USAID Opportunity 2.0.

The visit also serves as an opportunity to establish partnership agreements between the universities in Western Australia and their counterparts in India, fostering academic and cultural exchange between the two regions.

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