Many New Mandala readers have a professional or personal interest in the ways that Universities manage their affairs and, specifically, in the ways that they admit students. With that in mind, a report in today’s The Nation caught my eye. It describes an initiative that admits “good students”, as judged on “moral” criteria, to a number of Thai Universities. According to the report, the National Institute of Education Testing Service wants to create “national morality tests” to formalise this process.