A recent report provides much needed statistics on the question of whether the Arab world is on route to a knowledge-based economy.
An Al-Fanar Media survey of private higher-education costs in 13 Arab countries makes it possible to compare average prices.
Families across the Arab region debate where to send their sons and daughters—public university or private one? There is no easy answer.
Arab students looking for contemporary fields of study, coeducation, and an employment-oriented education are increasingly turning to private universities. The downside: cost.
One of the world’s wealthiest countries is trying to concentrate research on three “grand challenges.”
A relatively obscure Moroccan institution is the Arab leader in the new THE ranking.
Scientists need to follow the shift from infectious diseases to chronic conditions.
The latest QS world rankings reflect shifts in the efforts of universities in the Middle East and North Africa.
Alumni relations, both as a first step to fundraising and a tool to keep universities broadly connected, is growing more sophisticated.
Students need to learn facts and how to think. A key debate is how much time schools and universities should spend on each one of those.