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Conflict Mental Health Policy Students

4 Killings at Arab Universities Prompt Calls for Better Campus Security

Amr EL-Tohamy | 29 Jun 2022

After the recent murders of two students and two professors on campuses, academics are searching for answers about the causes of violence and how to confront it.

Finances Policy Protests Students

Lebanese University Students Protest ‘Dollarisation’ of Tuition Fees

Clément Gibon | 24 Jun 2022

Students at the Lebanese American University say a new policy requiring tuition to be paid in U.S. dollars threatens to make higher education unaffordable.

Employment Finances Policy Students Technology & Online Learning

UniMed Leader Calls for More Cooperation on a ‘Planet That Belongs to All of Us’

Mohammad El Hawary | 23 Jun 2022

As UniMed’s 2022 conference closes, speakers re-emphasise the need for greater cooperation among institutions and societies to address urgent global issues.

Conflict Human Rights Policy Protests

Algerian University Authorities Promise an Investigation into Sexual Harassment

Riad Mazzouzi | 22 Jun 2022

The head of the Algerian National Council for University Morals and Ethics launched the investigation after student groups raised complaints.

Administration Employment Finances Policy

Lebanese Universities Expand Overseas to Battle the Economic Crisis at Home

Samar Kadi | 21 May 2022

Three Lebanese Universities hope to profit from the country’s educational reputation by establishing education hubs elsewhere in the region.

Administration Employment Finances Policy

Libya Seeks Solutions for a Surplus of Teaching Assistants in Universities

Amr EL-Tohamy | 14 May 2022

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.

Administration Curriculum Faculty Internet Policy Teaching Technology & Online Learning

Saudi International Education Conference Emphasises Distance Learning and Skills-Based Curricula

Ismail Alashwal | 13 May 2022

Delegates at a recent conference in Riyadh said science, mathematics, and digital and language skills were the capacities most in demand in the 21st century.

Conflict Policy Students Study Abroad

Moroccan Students Returning from Ukraine Have Problems Continuing Their Education

Mohamed Akinou | 12 May 2022

Returning students complain that Morocco has been slow to integrate them into programmes at home. They also object to having to pass placement tests.

Gender Human Rights Inequality Policy Social Sciences

Political Attacks on Women’s Studies at Kuwait University Increase Scholars’ Resolve

Amr EL-Tohamy | 07 May 2022

Two female academics who launched the university’s women’s and gender studies programme say they will continue their work despite political opposition.

Academic Freedom Administration Faculty Policy

University of Khartoum’s New Draft Law Limits Security Forces on Its Campus

Amr EL-Tohamy | 10 Apr 2022

The terms of the University of Khartoum’s new draft law, shared with Al-Fanar Media, stipulate how the university will be run and assert its independence.

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