The number of IELTS tests grew 12 per cent last year, reaching 1.7 million-plus worldwide. This represented a new record and the seventeenth year of growth in test numbers, IELTS said.
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Over the past few decades, particularly during the 1980s and 1990s, most university systems in the developing world underwent an impressive transformation – with several-fold increases in the number of students enrolled and the opening of many new, mostly private, universities.
By ignoring their country’s economic problems, France’s politicians are making it far harder to tackle them.
A blind person empowered to catch the correct bus. A non-English speaking Chinese tourist navigating their way around Australian place names with ease. All of these possibilities of the near future are the focus of current Griffith research to be featured at the 10th IAPR International Workshop on Document Analysis Systems.
Hundreds of landmarks from Berlin's Brandenburg Gate to the Great Wall of China went dark on Saturday night as part of a global effort to highlight climate change.
After getting called out by an environmental group, General Motors has pulled support from the Heartland Institute, a Chicago-based nonprofit well-known for attacking the science behind global warming and climate change. The automaker told the Heartland Institute last week that it won't be making further donations, spokesman Greg Martin said.
Students often find it tough leaving home for the first time but, writes Maddy Potts, it can be even harder going back
Farmers seek to assert and protect their right to grow organic crops without the threat of contamination by Monsanto’s genetically modified seeds.
Car giant breaks off 20-year relationship with Heartland Institute in ongoing row over its role in questioning global warming
Plans for pupils to apply to university after A-levels have been ditched, as Ucas review finds 'insurmountable' problems