Bahrain's detailed Master Plan 2030 outlining the country's future development has been completed, revealed Municipalities and Urban Planning Affairs Minister Dr Juma Al Ka'abi.
He has told parliament in a written resp
HEC Paris School of Management, a leading global business school, is set to highlight its executive MBA programme and executive education expertise to business executives in Kuwait tomorrow (April 11).
Aluminium Bahrain (Alba) has launched a three-day leadership programme for its executives and managers as part of the Executive Education series for the year.
The ‘Leadership Practices 360 Feedback Proces
Majority of the GCC employers do not believe that the local education system prepares young people with the requisite skills, training and attitudes for the workplace, said a study by Ernst & Young.
Only 29 per cent of employe
Tenders worth $651 million to build housing units in Hidd and Northern City, two 400KW main power transmission stations and education infrastructure projects will be awarded this month.
HRH the Crown Prince sai
The 2014 edition of the Gulf Educational Supplies and Solutions (GESS) and Global Education Forum (GEF) concluded successfully, chalking up new milestones on its 7th year including expansion into Mexico.
This year, 30 per cent mor
The UAE Ministry of Education and “Girls Centers” has signed a MoU aimed at discovering, guiding, benefitting and nurturing talented students and investing in their future.
The agreement was signed by Minister of Educa
The Gulf region’s most eminent educational institutions, individuals and corporate suppliers were honoured at the recently concluded GESS Education Awards ceremony held in Dubai.
The inaugural edition of the awards programme
The GCC’s growing education sector is expected to have a manpower gap of 200,000 by 2015 with strong demand for Arabic speaking, and western educated professionals, according to the findings of a 'Workforce Planning Study' launched
Abu Dhabi-based ALHOSN University hosted a public lecture on special needs education, in collaboration with the Khalifa Award for Education.
The lecture, entitled ‘Special Needs Teaching Difficulties’ was held at the u