An attempt at preventing overcrowding in economics and mass communications faculties at Cairo University introduces other negatives.
Haifa Jamal Al-Lail spoke with Al-Fanar Media about the challenges Saudi universities face and the obstacles and opportunities for women in higher education.
It’s time for Arab journalism programs to get a major overhaul, so they can help the region’s development, says the dean of the Journalism Media Institute.
A Palestinian student talks about her experience with liberal education.
The writer researches the direct and hidden gender biases in school textbooks, and the negative messages they convey about women’s economic participation.
Scholars and administrators interested in Arab higher education review the past year and look ahead in 2015.
As countries seek to improve schools and universities, institutional goals need to come into focus.
A Finnish education expert with experience in the Arab world suggests a less elitist and test-centric approach to education.
Belal Fadl, the Egyptian writer, recalls an interview he once had with Mohamed Hassanein Heikal, one of the most prominent Egyptian journalists and academics, and how it changed his opinion of journalism.
Building on experience in China and Russia, a business school professor talks about how working in the developing world can be an advantage that can take institutions to the top.