Described as “a great national asset” by one graduate professor, the Lebanese University faces collapse amid one of the worst financial crises anywhere.
A longtime educator and administrator at Palestine’s An-Najah National University, Kherieh Rassas works to build international ties that help students.
A conversation with Joshua Angrist, a co-winner of the 2021 Nobel Prize in Economics, about jobs, education, and other issues of concern in the Middle East.
Students choosing a career and workers seeking to retrain could find guidance in recent reports about the job skills most in demand in a fast-changing labour market.
A vocational training institute in northwestern Syria is helping people find work and rebuild lives after fleeing from homes in combat zones.
David Card, a co-winner of the 2021 Nobel Prize in Economics, talks about some of the world’s most urgent issues: wages, immigration, and education.
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.
Students from Ain Shams University, in Cairo, and a university in Italy are the first to earn dual degrees under a new joint programme.
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.