With price of oil at its lowest in five years, Algerian school teachers are already feeling the pinch.
As public universities begin charging fees and private universities expand, the poor suffer and the wealthy benefit, the author argues.
Female students in Sana’a University’s overcrowded dormitories have to deal with dirty water and a shortage of bathrooms.
Education officials are discouraging teachers from charging students extra for after-hours classes.
Researchers have added up the expenses of attending Egypt’s public universities and examined the barrier to education they create.
An Al-Fanar Media survey of private higher-education costs in 13 Arab countries makes it possible to compare average prices.
Families across the Arab region debate where to send their sons and daughters—public university or private one? There is no easy answer.
Arab students looking for contemporary fields of study, coeducation, and an employment-oriented education are increasingly turning to private universities. The downside: cost.
A Brussels conference became a brainstorming session for those trying to make sure refugee youth get the higher education that they need.