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.
Sudan’s government has closed all of the country’s public and private higher-education institutions, in the wake of protests sparked by economic conditions.
As the Jameel Ghanem Institute of Fine Arts reopens in Aden, officials look to the restorative powers of the arts to help the war-torn nation rebuild.
Countries could do more to ease barriers that keep new arrivals from advancing in their education or employment, says a new UNESCO report.
In Egypt, a program known as “Philosophy in Plain Arabic seeks to dispel negative perceptions and explore the discipline’s connection to everyday realities.
The “lost generation” may have become a cliché, but the reality is that when it comes to education many Syrian youth are still lost.
An Egyptian academic uses songs to help non-native speakers learn Arabic and help attract foreign students to his country.
Degrees based on curricula that mix traditional and online instruction are gaining new acceptance in the nation’s education system.
The new system, designed to meet international accreditation standards, will give medical students more hands-on experience in hospitals.
Eqbal Dauqan starts a new research and teaching career in northern Europe after losing hope of returning soon to her war-torn country.