A Chinese university information website has released a list of 30 fake colleges in the country, officials said on Monday.
A vast majority of academics in Britain feel that the country should remain in the European Union as Britain voted on Brexit on Thursday.
Saudi Arabia has announced a distance education programme for one million Yemenis from the beginning of the new academic year, the media reported on Wednesday.
In a bid to stop cheating in secondary school examinations, Algeria on Sunday temporarily blocked access to Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms across the north African country.
A student leader has blamed the British government's cuts to public services as the reason behind the Muslim youth travelling to join terror groups such as Islamic State.
The United States Supreme Court upheld on Thursday college and university admission reservation based on race in a verdict that could adversely impact Indian-Americans, and in a verdict in a separate case, blocked President Barack Obama's immigration reform programme.
South Korea-based educational startup BeNative has launched CashEnglish, an app that rewards users with real cash for playing educational games.
An Islamic school in Britain is holding classes for students as young as 11 years old in order to help them recognise violent propaganda to prevent jihadis from grooming them online.
At least three persons were killed in violent clashes between teachers opposing an education overhaul, and security forces in Mexico's Oaxaca state, officials said.
Women who go to college intending to become engineers stay in the profession less often than men, as a result of gender disparities faced by them during their assignments, finds a new study.