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Refugees Students

In Morocco, Immigrants’ Children Face Educational Barriers

Imani Brammer | 07 Feb 2014

The sons and daughters of sub-Saharan Africans who see Morocco as a gateway to Europe have great difficulty getting an education.

Internationalization Students

Top European Destinations for Arab Students

Mohamed Elmeshad | 27 Jan 2014

European countries are less well known as international-student recruiters, but some countries are potent competitors.

Administration Students

Yemen’s Fast-Growing Private Universities Stir Debate

Faisal Darem | 27 Jan 2014

Privately owned higher-education institutions are more common now than public ones, but their role is controversial.

Academic Freedom Faculty Human Rights Students

New Home for Many Egyptian Academics: Jail

Sarah Lynch | 22 Jan 2014

With more Egyptian professors and students behind bars, some of them have begun a hunger strike.

Conflict Students

Belal Fadl: Rebels On Demand

Belal Fadl | 17 Dec 2013

Student protests are not a political tool to be used when convenient, but a historical force that cannot be ignored, argues the prominent Egyptian writer.

Conflict Students

Raising Awareness of the Challenges Palestinian Students Face

Mohamed Elmeshad | 08 Dec 2013

Right to Education Week helps Western students understand the barriers that block many Palestinian students from getting the education they want.

Students Technology & Online Learning

Beyond Facebook: Deeper Online Cultural Exchange

Mohamed Elmeshad | 20 Nov 2013

Students who participate in extended guided discussions over the Internet with peers from other countries find they become more empathetic.

Internationalization Students

Video: Number of Saudi Students in the U.S. Jumps Up

Burton Bollag | 16 Nov 2013

A rising number of Saudi Arabian students study at colleges and universities in the United States, reports a Washington correspondent for Al-Fanar Media.

Administration Conflict Human Rights Students

In Egypt, 12 Al-Azhar Students Sentenced to 17 Years in Jail

Muhammad Mansour | 15 Nov 2013

Court sentences of 17 years in prison for Al-Azhar university student protestors are being viewed by many human-rights lawyers as being exceptionally harsh.

Academic Freedom Politics Protests Students

Looking Behind the Egyptian Student Protests

Mohamed Mahmoud, Sarah Lynch | 30 Oct 2013

Street protests against the military-backed government have subsided, leaving campus protests as a focal point of political friction.




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