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.
Arab universities are increasingly investing in programmes that promote entrepreneurship and link students to the local, regional and international economies.
The Lebanese University suspended classes after security forces assaulted teachers during a protest against unpaid salaries.
Speakers at a webinar sponsored by Scientists for Palestine discuss the problems that hinder academics’ ability to conduct research in the occupied territories.
Mohamed Ould Amar, head of the Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organisation, says a failure to update curricula is creating “an army of the unemployed.”
A book published by King Abdulaziz University urges universities to learn from the effects of the pandemic and seize the opportunity to make bold reforms.
With the economy in crisis and teachers on strike, many of Lebanon’s schools remain closed. Some worry that a generation of children will miss out on education.