Al-Fanar Media Reporting Team
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.
In the wake of the Turkish president’s referendum victory last month, the government is arresting and deporting Arab students.
Major scholarship programs for Syrian refugees are swamped with applications again this fall.
A recent workshop organized by Al-Fanar Media in Istanbul brought together organizations trying to deliver higher education to Syrian refugees.
The war in Syria turned many university students into refugees, who now need financial support for their studies.
Arab educators regularly refer to the “youth bulge,” but few of them are actually preparing for it.
In academe, those who teach the majority of Arab youth often have difficulty paying their bills.
A graphic summarizes the economic position of public-university professors in Arab countries and the editors explain how the survey was conducted,