University interview questions could now include 'who would you save from a nuclear attack and why?'
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The Welsh government has criticised what it describes as "misleading" statements made by the chair of governors at Cardiff Metropolitan University.
The slowdown in the Chinese economy is producing an unexpected reduction in violence and social conflict, a senior Chinese security official says.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Saturday accused President Barack Obama of failing to stand up to China ....
Owners of Amazon.com's Kindle e-readers will receive refunds on past e-book purchases and see e-book prices drop if a judge approves legal settlements with publishers accused of fixing
Inadequate sewage systems and the lack of toilets in much of the developing world have created a major public health and environmental crisis. Now various innovators are promoting new kinds of toilets and technologies that use little or no water and recycle the waste.
As the deadline for Oxbridge applications looms, Oxford tutors talk through the type of questions they'll be asking university applicants this autumn – and the answers they hope to hear
One of the Taliban's most feared commanders, Maulana Fazlullah, carefully briefed two killers from his special hit squad on their next target.The gunmen weren't going after
It’s the advice that’s given to Asian-American students by friends, family members, guidance counselors, even teachers, in the college application process.
As the Supreme Court heard arguments in a case challenging race-conscious admission to public colleges, university officials watched for clues to where the court might go.