Cambridge English for Schools Forums brought together school owners, school principals, heads of English language and education professionals in Riyadh and Jeddah, Saudi Arabia to discuss the importance of setting and achieving English languag
Cambridge Medical and Rehabilitation Center has admitted its first patients into the newly opened Abu Dhabi facility this month.
The centre, situated in Khalifa City A (Shakhbout City), offers specialised
Harvard, the richest university in the United States, said on Saturday it would seek to raise some $6.5 billion in donations to fund new academic initiatives and bolster its financial aid programme.
The fundraising drive by the Ca
Teachers from different schools in various countries who use Cambridge qualifications will gather in Singapore in October for the annual Cambridge Schools Conference.
The conference, entitled ‘Educating today’s learner
UK-based Aveva has introduced its brand-new plant design software, Aveva Everything3D (Aveva E3D), setting a new level of performance for major capital engineering projects.
Aveva E3D drives the adoption of lean construction by en
Fullbridge has announced that it will run its intensive, coach-led month-long career preparatory course as a core component of Prince Sultan University's (PSU) cooperative education programme (Co-Op) in Riyadh.
Cambridge based Controllis has launched an-ultra secure third generation networked Scada (supervisory control and data acquisition) system that addresses software integrity and security issues.
The Controllis system uses a mutual authenti
On an average, 70 per cent of a company's total inputs consist of non-value-added activities and the success of any organisation is largely due to staff performance, said a report.
"Human resource is the most important factor in the organi
Cambridge International Systems, a leading provider of security solutions, has been selected by the US Navy to provide a maritime surveillance system to the Iraqi Navy.
The delivery order, valued at approximately $6 million, was competitiv
Cambridge has become the first non-US university ever to head the QS World University Rankings, in its seventh annual edition.
Harvard, which has topped the table since 2004 drops to second place, while MIT jumped to fifth from ninth, refl