On the 40th anniversary of the U.S.-based Association of International Education Administrators, university leaders explore internationalisation and strategic partnership opportunities.
Days after Sudan’s de facto head of state’s dissolved the councils of public universities, the University of Khartoum is advancing a draft law that would guarantee its independence.
Mohamed Ould Amar, head of the Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organisation, says a failure to update curricula is creating “an army of the unemployed.”
Arab countries are making plans for how students returning from Ukraine will continue their educations at home. Here’s a roundup of developments in Egypt, Morocco, Algeria and Jordan.
Marking 60 years of progress in higher education, Algerian academics and policy makers reflect on the opportunities and challenges ahead.
It’s easier to study in Ukraine than in their home countries, especially in medicine and engineering, several Arab students, professors and others told Al-Fanar Media.
Thousands of Arabs are amongst the 80,000 foreign students in the country.
Reports that 1,200 Algerian doctors have been authorised to practice in France raise new concerns over conditions that make doctors want to leave Algeria.
Originally introduced as an emergency measure to help students in conflict zones, the practice lowers academic standards, critics say.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is changing the labour market at a rapid pace. Continuous learning, upskilling and reskilling are essential traits workers will need to keep up.