New York Institute of Technology was the first licensed American university in Abu Dhabi, and it’s been a pioneer in many other ways.
Like it or not, women in the United States on Saudi study-abroad programs find themselves representing the Muslim world.
A policy paper from the Chinese government on the Arab world proposes broad educational cooperation.
Domestic “study away” programs, often cheaper and more accessible than a course overseas, can expose students to diverse cultures closer to home.
International educators at a recent conference discussed ways to help Arab women become comfortable at U.S. universities.
The websites of a group of fake universities are silent after Pakistani law enforcement officials went after the network’s alleged ringleaders.
Increasingly, some Arab students prefer universities within the region rather than in Europe or the United States.
The editor of Al-Fanar Media suggests ways that universities and education ministries could do a better job of sharing information.
Learning the Arabic language can play a crucial role in achieving peace.
Egypt plan to promote itself as an international education hub elicits skepticism, although some think it could succeed in the Arab and African markets.