A new memoir by Egypt’s best-known jewelry designer advocates continuous learning, expresses her belief in Arab nationalism, and calls for the protection of traditional arts and crafts.
Tamazight is recognized in Morocco’s constitution, but only a few universities teach it. The education minister wants to change that.
The strategy cuts some majors and adds new, career-centered ones based on job-market needs. Some academics doubt that it will succeed.
Deprived of local audiences and sponsors, the industry has had to turn to foreign investors, with a threat to its identity
RebootKamp’s “durable skills accelerator program” has helped 400 Jordanian youth, most of them refugees, learn high-demand skills.
Internships are not just a way to fill up CVs, writes a recent graduate of her experience: They are a link between theory and practice.
Omran Al-Qeeb is striving to rebuild and improve Libya’s universities and research institutions. Lack of financial resources is the biggest obstacle to his plans, he says.
When it comes to deciding where to enroll, many students say international accreditation matters, an informal poll by Al-Fanar Media found.
Pinched by budget cuts, Kuwait University is admitting fewer students. The decision adds urgency to the debate over how to meet the state’s higher education needs.
Many professors are discouraged by their work conditions and the lack of independent bodies to defend their rights, a study by Al-Fanar Media found.