A recent policy paper from two U.N. agencies has 15 recommendations for host countries on how to help refugees surmount barriers to higher education.
It’s understandable that students may be anxious about how to find a job these days. Here are some practical ideas about how to get started.
Some academics say the new visa pathway is “deeply inequitable” because it relies on international rankings that disfavour universities in poor countries.
Salah Khalil, a London-based Egyptian businessman and philanthropist, cites a mismatch between Arab wealth and Arab giving.
King Abdulaziz University’s achievement shows that universities can help meet the sustainable-development goals, education thought leaders are told.
Arab countries must invest more in the digital economy, the head of the Association of Arab Universities told a London conference.
The Education Interface Exhibition brings together institutions, experts and students to discuss the skills graduates will need for future jobs and professions.
Student elections are watched with wide interest in Palestine, where the Fatah-led Palestinian Authority has not allowed any parliamentary elections since 2006.
Lebanon’s recent parliamentary elections gave young people a chance to show their fervor for ousting a political class they see as corrupt.