Al Jazeera has launched its new mobile and tablet apps on the iOS and Android systems bringing the latest Al Jazeera news and programmes live together with on-demand personalisation.
The apps, which are availab
Icflix, a leading internet streaming service in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region, has partnered with TE Data to enable customers in Egypt to watch movies, TV shows and documentaries on any internet-enabled device.
English language teachers in Bahrain and the GCC will gather this weekend to share information and experiences.
The two-day conference, Bahrain English Language Teaching (ELT) Professionals Network, will start on Friday (March 6)
The UAE has claimed the top spot in the world as the country with the highest number of international schools, a report said.
The number of international schools in the UAE has risen to 439 up from 433 in the first quarter of this
Pearson, a leading learning company, said it will be introducing the Global Scale of English (GSE) – the world’s first truly global standard for scoring English language proficiency.
In development for 25 years and tes
Al Arabiya News Channel has launched its new subtitling service on its English-language website.
The service will enable its English-speaking viewers to follow the Arabic news bulletins and programmes with this new instant transla
About 200 low-skilled workers commenced their eight-week training under Reach Out To Asia’s (ROTA) 2013-2014 Adult English Literacy (RAEL) initiative at Hamad Bin Khalifa University in Doha.
ROTA’s Adult English
Pearson, a UK-based education company, and StudyPlus, a subsidiary of ScorePlus Middle East, have partered to provide thousands of school children in Qatar with state-of-the-art learning programmes at their newly established centre at Al Saad Do
TRACCS, one of the region’s leading and largest public relations networks, has diversified its offering with the introduction of a dedicated communications training division, Enrich.
The new regional division provides a wide
Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), the Islamist movement's most active branch, has released an English-language magazine advising would-be militants on how to torch parked cars and cause traffic accidents.