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Education Leaders Say More Versatile Skills Will Be Needed for Future Job Markets

Eman Kamel | 26 Jun 2022

At a forum in Doha, education policy leaders agreed that education needs a transformative change to respond to the labour market’s changing needs.

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UniMed Leader Calls for More Cooperation on a ‘Planet That Belongs to All of Us’

Mohammad El Hawary | 23 Jun 2022

As UniMed’s 2022 conference closes, speakers re-emphasise the need for greater cooperation among institutions and societies to address urgent global issues.

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Lebanese Academic Rana Sawaya Is Chosen to Lead University College of Bahrain

Samar Kadi | 23 Jun 2022

Years of passion and hard work have paid off for Rana Sawaya, who is expected to be named the Bahraini university’s official president soon.

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Speakers at UniMed Assembly Stress Need for Partnerships and Future Skills

Mohammad El Hawary | 22 Jun 2022

The organisation’s director called for greater integration of societies across borders and cultural barriers to meet common challenges.

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UniMed’s General Assembly to Discuss University Cooperation in Times of Crisis

| 21 Jun 2022

UniMed, the Union of Mediterranean Universities, is holding its 2022 general assembly this week in Amman, hosted by the University of Jordan.

Development Employment Finances Politics Students

How to Secure a Job in Changing Labour Market

Hatem Kenawi | 04 Jun 2022

It’s understandable that students may be anxious about how to find a job these days. Here are some practical ideas about how to get started.

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New U.K. Visa Aims to Attract Graduates of Top-Ranked Universities

Gilgamesh Nabeel | 31 May 2022

Some academics say the new visa pathway is “deeply inequitable” because it relies on international rankings that disfavour universities in poor countries.

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Women Make Rapid Gains in Saudi Workforce, Ambassador Says

Tim Arlott | 28 May 2022

Women’s participation in the Saudi workforce has reached 36 percent, surpassing the 30-percent goal set for 2030, the ambassador told a London forum.

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Arab World Underinvests in Digital Economy, Says Arab Academic Leader

Tim Arlott | 26 May 2022

Arab countries must invest more in the digital economy, the head of the Association of Arab Universities told a London conference.

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Preparing for Future Jobs: U.A.E. Event Explores Changes Ahead for Education

Ismail Alashwal | 24 May 2022

The Education Interface Exhibition brings together institutions, experts and students to discuss the skills graduates will need for future jobs and professions.

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