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UK universities have rejected hundreds of top students due to a shortage of available places

UK universities have rejected hundreds of top students due to a shortage of available places

Leading UK universities have been forced to turn away hundreds of talented students due to an excessive flow of applications. The volume of applicants has exceeded all expectations. Consequently, British students, who until recently had hoped to receive a place in one of the top universities, have been left without any opportunity to gain a higher education this year.

China penalises online educational platforms for misleading consumers

China penalises online educational platforms for misleading consumers

On May the 10th, China's market regulator fined the online education platforms Yuanfudao and Zuoyebang 2.5 million yuan, which is about $389,000. The platforms were accused of misleading consumers.

CBSE extends the deadline for all class 10 school results until the June 30th

CBSE extends the deadline for all class 10 school results until the June 30th

The Indian Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has extended the deadline for the schools that failed to calculate class 10 exam results and submit them to the board on time until June the 30th.


UGC aims to permanently transfer up to 40% of its lessons online

The University Grants Commission (UGC) in India has submitted a blended education and teaching scheme proposal. This means that 40% of all lessons will be conducted online. This could lead to an overall change in the traditional educational system throughout the whole country.

Mila Semeshkina for Forbes: 5 rules for choosing an online course for ladder climbers and business professionals

The modern market for educational services allows you to acquire a master's degree or learn unique skills from the comfort of your own home.

Amendments to the law on education in Kazakhstan may impose a ban on the education of children in foreign online schools

In early 2021, the Senate of Kazakhstan adopted amendments to the law on education, which legally consolidated the concept of "distance education" and regulated the norms for its implementation.

Growth of online education market increases risk of intellectual property theft

According to experts' forecasts, the global online education market will grow to $ 319 billion over the next five years.

Kazakhstan adopts amendments for regulating distance education

In early 2021, the Senate of Kazakhstan adopted amendments to the law on education. Now there is a constitutional provision to regulate the issues of conducting educational programs of the remote format and gives a clear definition of the concept of distance learning.

Number of users of the educational platform Daryn.Online exceeds 3.5 million

Due to the coronavirus and the mass transition to distance learning, the number of users of the Kazakh platform Daryn.Online, which is part of the Bugin Holding, reached 3 million by the end of 2020.

Shipments of computers cross a record 302 million in 2020

According to a Canalys study, as the world transitioned to telecommuting and distance or online learning in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, demand for computers around the world surged.

AICTE regulates online learning for technical professions

The All-India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has issued guidelines for devising and implementing online technical education programmes.

More than 75% of children in India have problems with online education

According to an online survey conducted by IT solutions company " Learning Spiral", one in two children in India has difficulty accessing a digital education."

The Orchids International School becomes the first school in India to launch a complete curriculum of online courses

In 2020, many schools in India moved to online learning because of the coronavirus pandemic.