British teenage schoolchildren are to be taught cyberskills in a new initiative designed to combat cyberterrorism.
Reduced funding, restricted access to talent, and potentially visa requirements imposed on EU-nationals, will have a catastrophic impact on UK universities.Such changes will undermine the UK’s industrial base and the reputation of our world class universities.
Thousands of children in Iraq are heading back to school in eastern areas of Mosul, recently cleared from ISIL control.
There are 92,000 children in Kakuma refugee camp, which is one of the biggest in the world.
Cambridge University is advertising the ideal job for people who like to play around at work. Applications from those working in the field of play and playfulness are particularly welcome.
The flagship EU mobility initiative is 30 years old. Research has suggested it is the best way to get a good job - and a partner.
Thousands of people brushed up their calligraphy as they gathered and competed in the traditional Kaikizome (literally ‘first writings’) of the New Year on Thursday (January…
While Sweden’s employment rates are some of the highest in Europe, Ylva Johansson, Minister for Employment and Integration, says to mitigate the risk of it rising due to an influx of refugees, the co
A school in Taiwan has created international outrage by holding a Nazi-themed Christmas parade.
While Morocco only produces some 20 films a year, it is a prime destination for foreign directors looking for the landscapes and the technical talent at an affordable…
Egyptian beekeeper Mohamed Hagras grows a “beard of bees” to demonstrate the usefulness of the honey-producing insects and to show that they aren’t aggressive.
Asian education systems have come out on top in the OECD’s latest PISA global survey.
Finland and Estonia are among the best countries in the EU for education, according to new rankings by the OECD.
French Education Minister Najat Vallaud Belkacem spells out her hopes for the future of the country's education systemHas France looked at education systems in other European countries and how will reforms affect the prospects of pupils in the future when they leave school?
Has France looked at education systems in other European countries and how will reforms affect the prospects of pupils in the future when they leave school?
One of the specifics of the Dutch system is that primary school education starts at the early age of four and lasts until the age of twelve. In the "Windmill School", first thing in the morning, the p
France has been ranked number one among developed countries when it comes to inequalities in its school system. Valerie Zabriskie reports on what went wrong in the country of "Liberté, Egalité et Fr
Europeans are now more likely to live into their 80s, but they may not be in the best of health.
He had vowed never to settle, staunchly defending his Trump University project.
As Iraqi government forces push closer into territory once held by ISIL, the full extent of the group’s two year rule is becoming clear.