A Syrian architecture student in Cairo wants to work on rebuilding in post-conflict areas. But she is trapped in a policy change that may block her from finishing her degree.
The war in Syria turned many university students into refugees, who now need financial support for their studies.
After being accepted by universities, Moroccan students then face a big obstacle: Finding housing.
The government program that supports thousands of Libyan students appears to be ending and is paying students and universities extremely erratically.
A weak economy and the expense of combatting terrorism are taking away the money that many wish would go to Tunisian universities.
The documentary “Ivory Tower” took a critical look at the costs and benefits of American education. What might it teach Egypt?
A proposal to limit which Egyptian students have to pay tuition is leaving many students apprehensive.
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.