Tarek Abd El-Galil
Tarek is an Egyptian journalist. He works as a deputy manager for the correspondents section at Tahrir newspaper and as a correspondent at correspondents.org and Al-Hayat TV. Tarek has a BA in journalism.
Egyptian universities have witnessed a marked decline in the number of student activities for political and economic reasons, a new report says.
Egyptian scientists are trying to produce biofuel for aircrafts that would reduce the carbon dioxide they produce and lower the country’s pollution burden.
As the power struggles in Libya intensify, Libyan banks are literally without enough paper money, and the challenges Libyan students face increase.
The Egyptian judiciary requires the American University in Cairo to charge tuition in Egyptian pounds, not US dollars.
Some experiments in Egypt that suggest farmers might get two growing seasons of wheat in a year are drawing heavy criticism.
Low fees and breadth of choice have led to a huge rise in Arab and foreign students in Egypt.
Young Arabs face countless difficulties in trying to build a future, but contrary to many other reports a new study says most of them do not want to leave their countries.
Sudan is the one Arab country that allows Syrians unconditional entry. But they face difficulties settling there, especially in education.
Saudi Arabia and Qatar say forged degrees and poor academic standards are reasons. Qatar’s decision includes undergraduates.
In the latest blow to Egypt’s academic freedom, a private university destroyed some architecture students’ projects and fired a professor.