More than 14,000 people have so far downloaded a social networking application created by a Bahraini teenager. Hamad Fouad, 18, launched his photo and video sharing app Yuppi in September, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), o
A British schoolboy has admitted killing a Saudi student by stabbing 16 times in her body including neck, head and arms on 17 June 2014, said a report.
PhD student Nahid Almanea was walking on a footpath in the Salary Brook area o
An eighth grade student of Bahrain School has won the 2016 National Geographic Bee competition. Chase Smith will compete in the Mediterranean District Geographic Bee later this year and comes closer to winning a $50,000 college scholarship, a
University students in Bahrain are being urged to register for a UN essay contest. They can write about multilingualism and the role it can play in encouraging global citizenship and cultural understanding, as part of the third annual contest
Du's Agent 055 initiative has named its first batch of 10 aspiring entrepreneurs, who have been chosen by du as the first-ever students to partake in the initiative.
It follows a fiercely competitive applic
Cyber bullying, online harassment and internet threats are some of the major concerns for parents, teachers and government authorities with easy access to the internet and smart devices.
It has become critical
More than 200 students from around the region are debating some of the biggest challenges facing the international community during the 11th Bahrain Universities Model United Nations (BUMUN) conference. The two-day event started yesterday (Nov
A Bahraini engineering student has bagged BD2,000 ($5,269) after claiming second place in an international technology showcase. Tasneem Yousif worked alongside fellow aspiring engineers Zainab Fardan Ahmed, Aysha Al Haram and Abeer Al Khalaf t
UAE university students motivated to venture into the world of entrepreneurship shared their curriculum vitae (CVs) for du's Agent 055 Network this past week.
Students were eager to meet with and deliver th
Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region employers share the concern of counterparts in the US that universities are not preparing students with sufficient key skills needed for the workplace, an American higher education expert said.