Delegates at a recent conference in Riyadh said science, mathematics, and digital and language skills were the capacities most in demand in the 21st century.
The terms of the University of Khartoum’s new draft law, shared with Al-Fanar Media, stipulate how the university will be run and assert its independence.
Ana Costa Freitas, rector of Portugal’s University of Evora, says we need lifelong learning, research, and global cooperation for the good of students and the world.
Universities seek accreditation as a way of assuring the quality of their educational offerings. For parents and students, it can aid in choosing where to enrol.
Libyan professors have been promised raises before. Their syndicate tried a new approach this time that is expected to pay off.
Lebanon’s multiple crises have taken an invisible and immeasurable toll on education, researchers and professors say.
Building the staff, supporting refugees, and improving graduates’ employment rates are priorities for Aree Abdulqader, the first female university president in Duhok.
Nathir Obeidat recently became president of a university struggling with debt, Covid-19 hurdles, and other hotspot issues.
The kingdom signed agreements with two producers of international rankings, Times Higher Education and QS, as part of an effort to raise university standards.