The higher-education ministry’s decision prompts discussion of the quality of private education in Iraq and what role the sector should play.
Iraqi researcher Mayasah Al-Nema has identified a target compound that shows promise for treating schizophrenia while avoiding side effects.
Arab universities’ programmes in engineering and technology fared well in the latest global comparisons by QS Quacquarelli Symonds.
In his latest book, “The Stranger’s Newspaper,” Ali Bader presents a wide-ranging series of conversations in search of intercultural dialogue.
Travel across Ukraine to safety in Poland was complicated by exorbitant costs and crowded crossings, but Arab students are grateful for acts of kindness they met along the way.
Psychological support and counseling units at Iraqi universities suffer from a shortage of qualified providers and inadequate facilities.
Thousands of Arabs are amongst the 80,000 foreign students in the country.
APPRAIS, a three-year European-Kurdish capacity-building programme, is designed to help Iraqi Kurdish universities modernise and improve their governance, and aims to promote academic exchanges.
In “Co-Existent Ruins”, on view in London, Iraqi artists seek to bring about a new visual understanding of their Mesopotamian heritage.