A new book tries to solve the puzzle of why engineering students are overrepresented among Islamist radicals.
Using techniques as varied as satellite imagery and social media, a group of Czech scholars is documenting the lost heritage of the Iraqi city.
Tunisian students say their studies are hampered by the curfews on campuses that have followed recent attacks.
Only after exploring the long history of religious involvement in education can policymakers understand how to root extremism out, the author argues.
On the “Mosul Eye” blog, someone living in the Iraqi city under Islamic State control describes the conditions for residents.
Since the fall of Mosul, Iraq, the unidentified writer behind a respected blog has been shedding light on life under Islamic State rule.
Palestinian students say they fear for their safety when they protest politically on Israeli campuses.
Iraqi medical schools suffer from a shortage of qualified professors, a lack of cadavers, and a focus on theory instead of practice.
The Egyptian minister of higher education writes about the improvements in the universities there and the stability that has been achieved.
At a time when Tunisia is facing terrorism at home, the country also tops the list of countries where students are recruited by foreign extremist groups.