After heavy fighting between soldiers and rebels in Yemen’s capital, the new school year has been stopped from even starting.
The fighting raging among Libyan armed factions is blocking the start of the academic year for many students.
As the Islamic State tightens its grip on Mosul, Iraq’s second largest city, it is revealing its approach to teaching and the curriculum.
The advance of Islamic militants in northern Iraq ended the year early for many students and professors, and now they are academic refugees.
Since the latest fighting began, the number of academics supporting a boycott of Israeli universities has jumped.
The University College of Applied Sciences, a prominent Gaza vocational education institution, has lost many of its buildings and all of its main utility systems.
The University of Khartoum, the oldest and largest university in Sudan, closed in May after months of conflict.
Contrary to international principles, schools and universities are sometimes the focus of military actions in the Gaza conflict.
Armed fighters showed up at testing centers offering the answers to questions. Some administrators chased them off. Some didn’t.
Morocco has a need for applied-science research, said Ibn Zohr University’s president.