15,000 participate in Dubai Cares’ annual ‘Walk for Education’ in support of children’s right...

DUBAI, 16th February, 2018 (WAM) -- 15,000 members of the UAE community participated today (Friday) in the 9th edition of the annual Walk for Education 2018 organised by Dubai Cares, part of the Mohamed bin Rashed Al Maktoum Global...

Arab students call for more career counselling to prepare for jobs market

A survey of Arab youths in the region found that 90 per cent of students said it was important to complete an internship but only 55 per cent had actually done so. Students in the Arab world need improved access to career...

15,000 jobs will be created for Emiratis in private Sector

Tawteen Agenda to encourage the private sector to accept the UAE nationals. A total of 15,000 private sector job opportunities for Emiratis will be created by the end of this year, the Minister of Human Resources and Emiratisation announced on...

Emirati jobseekers show growing interest in private sector, say recruiters

First day of Tawdheef career fair at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre on Monday attended by around 7,000 Emiratis. A competitive job market, word-of-mouth and challenging training programmes have spurred a growing interest in the private sector, recruiters said...

Prepare children for futuristic jobs that don’t exist today

How do we prepare our kids for jobs we don't even know or understand? We are still waiting for the self-driving car to start its operations, nor have we worn 3D printed clothing! Internet of things conductor, drone manager, self-driving...

CBSE announces tele-counselling for board exam students in Gulf among other countries

While 71 are available in India, 20 counsellors are located in Nepal, Saudi Arabia, Oman, UAE. The Central Board of Secondary Education's (CBSE) pre-exam annual psychological counselling for students, attempting the Grade 10 and 12 board exams, will begin from February...

Child Safety Campaign seeks collaboration with organisations in Finland

SHARJAH, 18th September, 2017 (WAM) -- The Child Safety Campaign (CSC), an initiative of the Supreme Council for Family Affairs (SCFA) in Sharjah, joined an official delegation from the emirate to Finland, with the aim of developing bilateral relations...

Live-in facilities could attract int’l students to Dubai universities

Only a handful of international branch campus universities in Dubai offer accommodation on-site, including Amity University and Heriot-Watt University. Free zones and university campuses across Dubai are being urged to provide accommodation infrastructure for students, to help push forward its...

‘It helped me become who I am today’: students past and present on life...

Aisha Abdulla Miran was one of the first students at American University of Sharjah and now holds a top job in Dubai. Aisha Abdulla Miran was one of the first batch of students to study at American University of Sharjah when...

Dubai to get its first ‘sustainable’ school

The school - Fairgreen International School - will offer the full International Baccalaureate (IB) continuum of education. Dubai's first sustainability-focused international school will be founded in 2018 by Esol Education, it was announced on Monday. The school - Fairgreen International School...

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