In Bonn, more than 300 adult students are trying to get their high school diplomas. Silvie Kohlhas is one of them. The office worker wants to go to university to study business psychology, so she's hitting the books after her workday.
The first African-Asian conference was held in Bandung in 1955. 60 year later, leaders are marking that historic event in Jakarta and students from northern Nigeria are studying in Malaysia.
Germany's umbrella union federation claims those with the lowest possible secondary education struggle to find apprenticeships, despite an alleged shortage of skilled workers. Businesses say the claims are misleading.
Economics could open up huge opportunities for North Korea, says Andray Abrahamian. But the citizens of the isolated state must first learn the basics of business. Briton Andray Abrahamian wants to help.
China's education minister has called for strict adherence to communist ideology in university teaching. His remarks come after a number of academics have been dismissed or even imprisoned for their views.