The editor of Al Fanar suggests how lessons from cutting news stories might be applied to scholarly writing.
The Moroccan government has created scholarships for students from central Africa but when the students arrive they are often shocked by the discrimination they run into on the street.
Conflicts at universities in the south of the country are splitting students along tribal lines, threatening institutional stability and driving some students out of the country.
Egypt’s young people have toppled two inept governments. With a proper education, they could help revive the country, says Farouk El-Baz.
A rapid expansion of private universities since the civil war has left Lebanon with plenty of universities and lots of questions about quality.
University students interviewed in the largest Syrian refugee camp in Jordan reveal the nonviolent roots of the uprising.
A course at the American University of Beirut focuses on ways to use platforms like Facebook and Twitter to create a competitive advantage.
A veteran of student affairs moved to the United Arab Emirates and found that the profession was practiced entirely differently there.
A recent policy decision in Egypt is heading the country back to more specialized higher education, instead of towards the broader curriculum needed for universities to power the economy and enlighten citizens.
In many Arab countries, university admissions is forcing youth into careers that they have no interest in, derailing economies instead of fueling them, and adding to social resentment.