A ring of fraudulent universities is extracting money from students with high-pressure sales and phony scholarships.
Families across the Arab region debate where to send their sons and daughters—public university or private one? There is no easy answer.
Scholars and administrators interested in Arab higher education review the past year and look ahead in 2015.
In a global debate, experts question how to determine the quality of schools and universities.
Experts debate if worldwide quality standards for higher education could be created, or if rankings are already playing such a role.
Sultan Abu-Orabi, secretary general of a higher-education association, talks about the region’s challenges and opportunities.
Many Lebanese universities are adding programs where students can earn master’s and doctoral degrees. But little quality control for these degrees exists inside the country.
Poor Arab university performance in the rankings stirs debate over the reliability of the data, the rankings’ focus on science, and the need for more Arab research collaboration.
One of the foremost figures in the Arab world to use performance measurement to improve higher education talks about institutional research.
A rapid expansion of private universities since the civil war has left Lebanon with plenty of universities and lots of questions about quality.