Seventy-one Arab universities’ programmes in the life sciences and medicine are ranked in the latest edition of the QS World University Rankings by Subject.
Arab universities’ programmes in engineering and technology fared well in the latest global comparisons by QS Quacquarelli Symonds.
A study of gender-based violence in Egypt and Morocco looks at how each country has tackled the problem and tries to identify the best policies from each.
A new book by American academic Andrew Simon documents the explosive effect of the arrival of the audiocassette on Egyptian society in the 1970s and ’80s.
Fifty-two Arab universities are featured in the latest QS World University Rankings by Subject. The list is part of the portfolio of rankings the company publishes each year.
The Egyptian architect Waleed Arafa has recently won international competitions and prizes. He spoke to Al-Fanar Media about his work and his ideas for updating architecture education.
The Egyptian scientist Tarek Kapiel talks about a recent effort to promote science among young students by involving them in a cancer research conference.
Arab countries are making plans for how students returning from Ukraine will continue their educations at home. Here’s a roundup of developments in Egypt, Morocco, Algeria and Jordan.
The first Egyptian female paleoradiologist, Sahar Saleem, says her ambition is to train a new generation of scholars.
Exhibitions in Cairo and Alexandria mark Women’s Month and celebrate the power of art to bring about social change.