CBSE Grade 10 and 12 exams in UAE to begin on March 5 –...

Several thousand students from across the UAE will be attempting the exams for the academic year 2017-18. The Grade 10 and 12 exams conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will begin on March 5, and end on...

Students return to classes after winter break

Year of Zayed and exams already setting the 2018 school agenda. Dubai: Tens of thousands of UAE students returned to classes on Sunday after the three-week winter break, with schools setting the 2018 agenda, which includes activities for the Year...

Registration for UAE teacher training programme opens in February

The Teacher and Educational Leadership Standards and Licensing programme has been in the works since at least 2013. The national teacher licensing programme will begin accepting applicants from public and private schools in February, the Ministry of Education said on Tuesday. “The implementation of...

Uncovering Abu Dhabi’s science and technology leaders of the future

Since it began in 2012, the Lema? workshop programme has reached more than 200,000 primary school children, inspiring the UAE trailblazers of tomorrow. How do you cultivate the Albert Einsteins and Marie Curies of the future here in the UAE? Abu Dhabi school initiative Lema? -...

Do marks matter outside the classroom?

In the age of education 2.0. the calibre of students can be measured in different ways. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({}); Pink Floyd sarcastically labelled students as 'bricks in the wall' and brought to attention an oppressive...

UAE higher education year-end review

Universities in UAE saw higher placed rankings in 2017. Abu Dhabi: It was another big year for higher education in the UAE in 2017, with several key developments including university mergers, a new higher education strategy announced in December, and...

UAE Education begins a new chapter

Novel courses, organisational changes and innovative strategies marked the year 2017. Dubai: 2017 was an eventful year for education in the UAE, marked by curriculum changes and strategies, new courses and regulations, and greater focus on student wellbeing. With school fees...

Dubai student wins at international Science Olympiad

Murugan represented the UAE International Junior Science Olympiad in Netherlands. A 15-year-old Dubai student has brought home another bronze medal for the second year in a row after competing at the 2017 International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO) held recently in...

UAE students win big at mental maths contest

Contest involved answering 200 problems in eight minutes, among other categories. Dubai: Triumphing over thousands of learners from 40 countries, 57 students from the UAE won big at the 22nd International UCMAS Abacus and Mental Arithmetic Competition 2017 held in...

Future engineers hone skills at Al Jalila centre

The children are learning to build robotos and create mobile applications. It's often said that "age is just a number" and a group of kids at a Dubai community centre is proving just that with their ambition of becoming engineers. ...

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