Reforming the education system in Morocco requires navigating between two extremes: expensive private schools and a free public system that fails its students.
Getting a recommendation letter would be difficult if students do not guide their professors, the writer says.
Why does a public university prefer to hire teaching staff from western universities?
A Palestinian student was barred from studying photojournalism due to her gender. Still, she did not stop to pursue her dream.
Thomas Jefferson Scholarships to U.S. colleges increase the employment rate and volunteerism rate among participating Tunisian students.
Familiar themes and new insights rose in the discussion at a higher-education conference in Algeria.
A region once considered Iraq’s success story has fallen down into troubled times. Higher education could help it climb back up.
As the Lebanese university enters its 150th year, its new president has outlined big plans for what it needs to accomplish.
Few universities in the region are meeting students’ needs for practical training, but if industry, educators and government work together they can create solutions, the author writes.
The chief technology officer at IBM Middle East and Africa talks about what the company looks for in graduates.