Out of every 10,000 students who went to the US to study in the 2012-13 academic year, 27 came from the UAE including Emiratis and expatriates, said an expert, adding that the US remains a top destination for students in the emirates.
Carian College Advisors, a leading educational consultancy in the UAE focusing on US admissions, has announced a scholarship competition for high school students, offering assistance with applications to US universities.
“We are p
Dubai-based Carian College Advisors, a specialist American education consultancy, has named California as the No. 1 choice of students from the UAE pursuing higher education in the US.
Peter Davos, managing director, Carian Colleg
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) has launched a new educational initiative to support the career of nurses working in the field, enabling them to seek higher education without having to leave their jobs.
As part of this initiative, the DH
Bahrain's Education Minister Dr Majid Al Nuaimi has announced plans to restructure academic programmes of some private universities as part of a higher education strategy being mapped out in co-operation with international expertise houses.
Getex Spring 2012, the Middle East’s leading education and professional development event, opened today (April 19) in Dubai to showcase over 2,500 academic and training programmes to more than 30,000 visitors.
Getex 2012, which will run un
Hundreds of educational experts are expected to attend an upcoming international conference in Bahrain, which aims to improve the quality of education in the GCC and other Arab countries.
The second International Arab Conference for Qualit
Getex 2012, a leading education and training exhibition, will be showcasing a much broader selection of higher education programmes, catering to the growing number of post-graduate placements in the UAE and across the Middle East.
Bahrain is planning to overhaul its public education system to promote critical thinking, tolerance, dialogue, problem-solving and respect for other people's opinions, said a senior government official.
Education Minister Dr Majid Al N
Prof Abdullah Yousif Al Hawaj of Bahrain's Ahlia University has been elected as the new president of Association of Arab Private Institutions for Higher Education (AAPIHE), a non-governmental and non-profit organization.