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PMU have once again taken lead to introduce and implement the concept of sustainability...

In today's world, we hear increasingly the term sustainability or sustainable, but most of us will ask what is that? What is sustainability? What...
A Hotel is Just a Building

A Hotel is Just a Building

“These buildings are nothing more than bricks and mortar, glass and steel (...) no matter how sophisticated, elegant or beautiful these buildings may be,...

TMU has inaugurated Taipei Neuroscience Institute, the first center of its kind in Taiwan.

The TMU-Taipei Neuroscience Institute was launched at Shuang Ho Hospital on April 21, 2018. It is the first center of its kind in Taiwan,...
The Arts in Higher Education

The Arts in Higher Education

The role of arts in higher education continue to be a complicated and highly debated issue, particularly with the transformation in North American education....
Integrating social sciences and humanities in interdisciplinary research

Integrating social sciences and humanities in interdisciplinary research

The latest objective to integrate the social sciences and humanities (SSH) in funding for interdisciplinary research has encountered few obstacles. In funding programmes including...
The real-time city? Big data and smart urbanism

The real-time city? Big data and smart urbanism

‘Smart cities’ has garnered the attention of academia, business and government, and its advocates argue about its ability to provide real-time analysis of city...
Challenges and constraints of hospitality and tourism education in China

Challenges and constraints of hospitality and tourism education in China

Growth of the tourism industry has led to the rapid development of tourism education in China. The first Nanjing Tourism School was established in...
University study abroad: good for the character and the bank balance

University study abroad: good for the character and the bank balance

Parents may feel more distressed about the idea of studying abroad than students themselves. Today students are increasingly enthusiastic about pursuing a degree or...
Why study visual arts

Why study visual arts?

One should study art because it provides the grounds for self-exploration and self-expression, the opportunity to widen perspectives, build mental focus, physical artistry, diminish...
UMP awarded its first Vice-Chancellor Quality Award to the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

UMP awarded its first Vice-Chancellor Quality Award to the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (FKM) is celebrating its first Vice-Chancellor Quality Award (AKNC), the first departmental award since it was introduced in the...
Oh The Humanities!

Oh The Humanities!

Listen to Kate Cottle, Chair of Humanities and Literature at Wilmington University on why we should study the humanities. “We study the humanities because they...
Global smart cities market to top $2 trillion by 2025

Global smart cities market to top $2 trillion by 2025

c Artificial intelligence, customised healthcare, robotics and distributed energy generation are some technologies that will propel growth, efficiency, connectivity and urbanisation in the future. Building...

We Make the Community Our Priority-Universiti Malaysia Pahang

Many education systems are judged by the extent and how students learn, as well as the students’ abilities to develop and communicate their ideas....