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Teaching

Arabic Internationalization Teaching

To Make the World a Better Place, Teach Arabic

Brian T. Edwards | 18 May 2015

Learning the Arabic language can play a crucial role in achieving peace.

Curriculum Politics Teaching

Arab Classrooms Frequently Ignore History

Benjamin Plackett | 10 Mar 2015

Lebanon’s classrooms often skip a half century of history, a case study of what happens elsewhere in the region.

Administration Employment Finances Gender Quality Control Teaching

Are Private Universities Worth the Money?

Rasha Faek, Sarah Lynch | 23 Jan 2015

Families across the Arab region debate where to send their sons and daughters—public university or private one? There is no easy answer.

Administration Rankings Teaching

Turkey’s Foundation Universities: Model for the Region?

Sarah Lynch | 13 Jan 2015

Wealthy business leaders in Turkey have, for decades now, poured much of their money into cultural foundations that have also established universities.

Curriculum Faculty Teaching

Is the Arab World Ready for More Investigative Journalism?

Rasha Faek | 28 Apr 2014

Arab professors discussed integrating investigative journalism into their courses at a workshop in Jordan.

Arabic Literature & Translation Profiles Teaching

A Conversation With the Head of the Higher Arab Institute of Translation

Rasha Faek | 19 Apr 2014

Arabic should be the main teaching language in the region but needs to be modernized, says Inam Bioud.

Employment Students Teaching

Gulf Faces Personnel Shortages in Education and Healthcare

| 06 Mar 2014

The demand for professors, nurses and similar occupations is rapidly outstripping the supply in the region.

Internationalization Profiles Quality Control Research Teaching

A Conversation with the Head of the Association of Arab Universities

| 07 Feb 2014

Sultan Abu-Orabi, secretary general of a higher-education association, talks about the region’s challenges and opportunities.

Teaching

A Costly “Free” Education

Bassem Youssef | 05 Feb 2014

The tale of Ismail, a medical student who gradually discovers the many expenses that come with his state-funded education.

Salaries Teaching

Employment in the Gulf: Not Always What it Seems

Aida Alami, Jabeen Bhatti, Janelle Dumalaon | 13 Jan 2014

Arab and Western academics alike flock to the Gulf, but don’t always get as much money as they expect.




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