Arab students looking for contemporary fields of study, coeducation, and an employment-oriented education are increasingly turning to private universities. The downside: cost.
The children of Jordanian women and foreign men are treated as foreigners when they apply to Jordanian public universities.
Rates of assisted fertility treatments in the Arab world are high. New research could help more couples who have difficulty conceiving.
Out of 130 new public university board members, the Jordanian government has only appointed three women.
A global test used in 65 territories and countries, four of them Arab, provides insights that education policymakers could use.
The tradition of private tutors undermines children’s interest in attending school.
An ambassador for an Ivy League institution in Jordan talks about how Western universities seek to engage with the Arab world.
With the effort to educate Syrian students only reaching a fraction of them, fundraisers seek alternatives to study abroad.
Scientists need to follow the shift from infectious diseases to chronic conditions.