The government has not said when or how it will resume an internal scholarship program it suspended two years ago.
University students in Egypt’s most troubled province, long targeted by terrorist attacks, face extreme difficulties in continuing their studies.
Don Bosco’s Italian Institute for Vocational Education, in Egypt, breaks the stereotype of that form of education as being inferior.
A Jordanian academic looks into the reasons for the decline of university students’ political awareness and suggests academic solutions.
A program in the Netherlands builds bonds between native students and newcomers, and hopes to lower the refugees’ dropout rate.
A new report looks at what services are needed by the Iraqi youth who have survived the conflict in Mosul or who fled and came back.
Where food and water are scarce, children and families forego education to survive.
The kingdom is scrapping a high-stakes high-school exit exam, but not everyone is pleased with the process that would replace it.
A student who entered medical school in Syria in 2011 persevered through six years of conflict.
A well-regarded institution within Damascus University has managed to stay open during Syria’s civil war, but not without changes.