A recent surge in new Covid-19 cases disrupts education at Libya’s universities again.
Misperceptions and bureaucracy are among the hindrances to better academic cooperation between Europe and the South Mediterranean, a new report says.
Outdated curricula and a lack of practical training in medical schools leave many graduates ill-equipped to deal with emergencies.
Saudi researchers in the social sciences encounter fewer restrictions on the topics they can study, and can now use more qualitative research methods.
Warmth and generosity are qualities inherent in teachers that cannot be replaced by technology, writes a professor of history.
A recent study concluded that American branch campuses cost Gulf countries more than they get in return. But some scholars dispute that finding.
The fire at a hospital in Nasiriyah, Iraq, highlighted inadequate and unsafe conditions in Iraq’s medical training system.
Networks of informal contacts and resources are helping refugee students in Lebanon and Jordan gain access to a university education.
Many Lebanese professors work on hourly, part-time contracts with no benefits and little chance of promotion, while their salaries plunge in value.
Private universities offer almost the only chance of jobs, but instructors say their conditions of employment are precarious.