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Industry-university partnership boosts vocational education 11 March 2023
Indonesia partners with UK to deal with high cost of HE 10 December 2022
Universities to resume limited in-person learning 16 October 2021
Concerns over lack of free speech in universities 29 August 2020
Fears of new COVID-19 cluster at North Sumatra University 18 July 2020
State university entrance exams held with strict protocols 11 July 2020
March highlights sexual violence at universities 14 March 2020
Lecturer among those arrested for attack plan 12 October 2019
Foreign researchers flouting visa rules face criminal charges 20 July 2019
Government mulls entry of foreign universities 22 February 2019
Universities condemn assault on hijab-wearing students 15 February 2019
Universities to fight extremism with intelligence body 29 June 2018
Stop commercialising education, students urge government 4 May 2018
Universities welcome foreigners as permanent lecturers 20 April 2018
New regulation to prevent spread of campus radicalism 12 May 2017
Universities join hands to tackle funding issues 2 December 2016
Government seeks more students from Southeast Asia 28 October 2016
Students head abroad due to poor entrance test timing 8 July 2016
New vocational schools to enhance key skills 25 June 2016
Scholars and government differ on Marxism 28 May 2016
Lag in scientific papers not only about language 29 April 2016
Government eases visa requirements for foreign students 30 January 2016
Bilingual curriculum to be compulsory in universities 5 December 2015
Ministry cracks down on bogus colleges 17 October 2015
Students flocking to join Islamic-based institutions 27 June 2015