UAE varsity students address sustainability challenges

The Ministry of Education sent the first batch of Emirati university students to distinguished campuses abroad, where they created innovative projects to tackle UAE social and environmental challenges. Out of the 125 university students who took part in the newly...

What makes India an attractive education hub?

It hosts a vibrant and diverse education system that incorporates a wide variety of future-ready courses. The Indian Education system is the world's third largest Higher Education System with more than 800 universities, 39,000 colleges and a capacity of enrolling...

Training today’s students to become tomorrow’s leaders

Introduced for the first time, the diplomacy ambassadors programme trained 50 Emirati high school students at Boston's Harvard University and Washington DC's Georgetown University to find solutions to current global problems in peace and security, human rights and sustainable...

Dr Rommel, the Dubai professor who counsels Filipinos with depression, wins international educator award...

The highly-regarded academic has been recognised as an exceptional teacher. A professor in Dubai who counsels Filipino workers and trains teachers to identify depression among pupils has been recognised with an international award in Washington DC. Dr Rommel Sergio, 44, a professor...

Hackers can alter WhatsApp chats: Should UAE users be alarmed?

Cybersecurity experts find a way to crack into WhatsApp chats, alter users' messages. Dubai: WhatsApp users have been warned against a newly discovered flaw in the messaging service that can allow fraudsters to intercept and manipulate chats. The Facebook-owned app, which...

Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed: Faith in youth makes UAE ‘what it is today’

Ministers commend the nation's youth ahead of International Youth Day. A solid relationship between the nation and its young people has made the UAE "what it is today", Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed has said ahead of Sunday's International Youth Day. The...

‘Take what you can get’: parents warn of struggle to secure school places in...

Parents say many schools are fully occupied months before the start of term. Many parents are facing a summer scramble for school places – weeks before the start of the new academic year. An education expert has advised expatriate parents to choose their child’s school...

Parents and teachers must work together to tackle classroom disruption, Dubai’s education regulator says

Survey finds majority of children feel safe but more than 10 per cent are worried about misbehaviour. Dubai's education regulator has called on parents and teachers to work together to tackle bullying and bad behaviour in schools, after a study...

International schools market still on growth path in the Middle East

Dubai, United Arab Emirates; 06 August 2018 – The premium, English-language international schools market continues to expand across the Middle East, showing no signs of slowing down despite challenging economic conditions. According to the latest data from ISC Research, released...

Demand for Western learning continues to grow in China

The number of parents selecting a local private school that offers an international education, teaches in the English language, and enables students to achieve globally-recognised qualifications is growing in many countries of the world, but none more so than...

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