Students at the Lebanese American University say a new policy requiring tuition to be paid in U.S. dollars threatens to make higher education unaffordable.
As UniMed’s 2022 conference closes, speakers re-emphasise the need for greater cooperation among institutions and societies to address urgent global issues.
UniMed, the Union of Mediterranean Universities, is holding its 2022 general assembly this week in Amman, hosted by the University of Jordan.
A survey of students of medicine, dentistry, and pharmacy in Morocco found that for many, financial need was affecting their ability to study and their quality of life.
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.
Salah Khalil, a London-based Egyptian businessman and philanthropist, cites a mismatch between Arab wealth and Arab giving.
The Education Interface Exhibition brings together institutions, experts and students to discuss the skills graduates will need for future jobs and professions.
Three Lebanese Universities hope to profit from the country’s educational reputation by establishing education hubs elsewhere in the region.
The second Middle East Education Thought Leadership Forum will bring together Arab and international education leaders and experts in London this month.
Libya has more teaching assistants than its Ph.D. programmes can absorb and no money to send them abroad. It is seeking alternative options for them.