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Arts & Culture Development Students

Lebanese Fashion Students Use Mushrooms and Bacteria in Sustainable Designs

Samar Kadi | 02 Jul 2022

The fashion industry is a major polluter. The Lebanese American University is making sustainable fashion part of its design curriculum.

Internationalization Students Study Abroad Teaching

7 Arab Cities Are Among the World’s Best for Study Abroad, QS Finds

Gilgamesh Nabeel | 29 Jun 2022

Dubai and six other Arab cities are among the destinations preferred by students in the 2023 edition of the QS Best Student Cities ranking.

Employment Science Students Technology & Online Learning

Video Game Development: A New Major in the Region, Taught by a Canadian University

Mohammad El Hawary | 28 Jun 2022

The University of Prince Edward Island in Cairo offers a computer science degree with a specialisation in video game programming, which it says is the first in the Middle East.

Curriculum Development Employment Refugees Students

Learning to Earning: Forum Focuses on a Critical Transition for Youth

Tarek Abd El-Galil | 27 Jun 2022

Four United Nations agencies recently convened a meeting in Jordan to discuss the skills young people need to transition from school to jobs.

Critical Thinking Development Employment Students

Education Leaders Say More Versatile Skills Will Be Needed for Future Job Markets

Eman Kamel | 26 Jun 2022

At a forum in Doha, education policy leaders agreed that education needs a transformative change to respond to the labour market’s changing needs.

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.

Social Sciences Students

A Feel for History: Let Students Experience It with All Their Senses

Jörg Matthias Determann | 21 Jun 2022

As the Covid-19 pandemic subsides, a historian in Qatar argues that teachers should make the most of the return to in-person instruction through multisensory experiences.

Inequality Politics Refugees Scholarships Students

U.N. Outlines 15 Steps for Helping Refugees Access Higher Education

Tarek Abd El-Galil | 12 Jun 2022

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.


7 Tips for Students to Head Off Stress During Final Exam Season

Omar Eldeeb | 10 Jun 2022

As the school year comes to an end, many students feel anxiety over final exams. Here are some ideas for reducing stress and performing your best.

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