Rising inflation, a currency in free fall, and a ban on raising fees for continuing students have put Syria’s private universities in a financial bind.
The collapse of the higher education system could prove an obstacle to peace-building after the conflict ends
An Egyptian professor explains the complex motives behind her decision to limit her own freedom of expression.
Arab professors routinely practice self-censorship, which limits academic discourse, a survey by Al-Fanar Media and Scholars at Risk found.
The transition from purely decorative art to more complex works proves a learning curve for society, artists and public art institutions
After five years of activism, Libyan university professors won a government pledge to increase their wages. But they may not see the money soon.
With ancient boatbuilding crafts nearly extinct, scholars and researchers aim to bring knowledge of Iraq’s maritime heritage to a new generation of students.
Hashtat, a program aimed at teens in private schools, uses a simulated university environment to help students choose their college major.
The new service centers are part of a wider effort to promote equal access to higher education for students with disabilities.