A Finnish education expert with experience in the Arab world suggests a less elitist and test-centric approach to education.
More than one thousand leaders of international education from over 70 countries met at the British Council’s annual ‘Going Global’ conference last week.
Arabic programs are becoming more popular at American universities—surpassing some traditionally favored languages.
A handful of American institutions consider international applicants without checking their finances.
Sultan Abu-Orabi, secretary general of a higher-education association, talks about the region’s challenges and opportunities.
European countries are less well known as international-student recruiters, but some countries are potent competitors.
More Arab students are heading to North America, while their numbers are dropping in the United Kingdom and sinking like a stone in Australia.
In tough political and financial times, the university in the premier industrial area in Egypt is forging ahead with research, development and international partnerships.
A rising number of Saudi Arabian students study at colleges and universities in the United States, reports a Washington correspondent for Al-Fanar Media.