Saturday 28 May 2016

Danish architects win Dubai 'green' school project

UAE-based Diamond Developers has awarded a key contract to Danish architect and design practice Cebra for designing a hi-tech school inside 'The Sustainable City', its first residential community in Dubai, UAE. The project aims at rethinking teaching and learning environm


Jumeirah employee wins $26,000 MBA scholarship

Stephanie Honoré, an Australian national working at Jumeirah Group, has secured a fully-funded MBA scholarship worth $26,000 from Modul University Dubai. It is a subsidiary of Dubai Investments Industries and Austria’s leading international private educational instit


Angelina Jolie to teach at LSE

Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie is to join the London School of Economics (LSE) as a visiting professor on a new masters course on women, peace and security, the school announced. The LSE said the course, which starts next year, is the first of its kind globally and will be run


Employee wellness programme helps drive growth: experts

Investing in employee wellness programmes is key to driving profitability and growth amid challenging business times, say some of the region’s top business leaders. A survey by media firm Meed found that most of the CEOs interviewed agreed that employee wellness programmes are es


Memac Ogilvy launches storytelling workshop

Memac Ogilvy, a leading advertising and public relations agency, has begun rolling out a region-wide writing and storytelling course, starting with a day-long workshop in Bahrain. Designed to hone the skills of the agency’s writers in all disciplines, including PR, advertis


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