Some Kuwaiti universities are now using software to detect work that is not the student’s own.
The Ministry of Education has summoned the holders of fraudulent degrees to court, opening a debate about how such fakes became so prevalent.
Buying ready-made research is spreading in popularity among students at the University of Bahrain. Punishment and education are two of the proposed responses.
The author argues that creating an objective way to measure the importance of research papers in Arabic could improve science in the region.
Journals recruit Arab academics keen to see their work published. But what is a real journal anyway?
With more than 100 institutions competing for the interests of students in the United Arab Emirates, small institutions risk having to shut down, the author argues.
The websites of a group of fake universities are silent after Pakistani law enforcement officials went after the network’s alleged ringleaders.
Education authorities should fight bogus-degree programs and create real, accredited online alternatives, says Dean Hoke.