Dubai based Pristine Private School organizes a TEDx EventBuilding upon the success of the previous year, Dubai based Pristine Private School today successfully organized yet another TEDx event centered around the theme of “Metamorphosis: Discover, Nurture, Transform”.In accordance with the theme...
Planning to move to Dubai? Here's the Ultimate guide to help you decide on which area to live and which school to put your child in.The Knowledge and Human Development Authority’s (KHDA) much awaited annual inspection results were released...
Curtin University unveiled at Getex 2017GETEX – one of the Middle East’s leading education, training and professional development exhibition was inaugurated yesterday by Dr Ahmad bin Abdullah Humaid Belhoul Al Falasi, Minister of State for Higher Education at the...
Sabari Indian School experiences iPads first hand - creates unique learning opportunities through the Power of ‘Sound, Motion, Touch’Technology has become predominant in today’s educational system. Educators have realised the benefits that technology can offer in the classroom. In...
The early childhood development at Masterminds Education boosts children’s learning experience and outcomesEducation ideally starts from a very young age and, in the UAE, many children make their first foray into it by attending a nursery. The favorable demand...
Findings from Labbrand’s recent survey also indicate an inherent paradox embodied in the nature of tertiary education today. Multiple market forces are creating pull and push tensions, which appear contradictory and difficult to manage. Catering for a diverse international,...
The birthday of India's first Vice President, Dr. Radhakrishnan on 5th September is celebrated as Teachers' Day in India and in Indian schools across the United Arab EmiratesDespite the many roles he played, the late President of India wished...
Prominent UAE businessman, Abdullah Al Ghurair, pledges one third of his assets (AED 4.2 billion) to launch Abdullah Al Ghurair Education FoundationReflecting his commitment, dedication and on the occasion of UAE Humanitarian Work Day 2015, one of the UAE’s...
Start early on, allow your children to dream and yourself an easy retired lifeAs Warren Buffet put it aptly, "Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago.” Diapers and car seats will eventually...
International educational providers need to keep up with the pace of change driven by the evolving needs of their new global audiences. Middle class parents in emerging economies which now constitute majority of buyers of international education are sophisticated,...
Stefano Colli-Lanzi is one the staffing gurus of the modern corporate structure. The founder and CEO of the Italy-based Gi Group is also a professor of business economics at the Milan Catholic University in Italy.While Colli-Lanzi likes to maintain...
JLL Survey Highlights Dubai amongst Global Metropolises with Stronger Economic TrendsIn order to determine and map out the futuristic developmental trends of leading metropolises, leading global property consultants, Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) carried out the first City Momentum Index...
Education sector benefits from Dubai’s growth as the capital of the Islamic EconomySunny Varkey rings the bell to celebrate listing of GEMS Education Sukuk on NASDAQ DubaiGEMS Education today celebrated the listing of a 200 million dollar (AED 735...
The private education market in the Middle East is the fastest growing in the world. With an increasing number of international schools being built, strong population growth and continued economic expansion, the value of the GCC private education market...
Masdar Institute’s YFEL Members and 6 Ladakhi Students Gather in Leh for 8-Day Workshop on ‘Energy Access, Ethics and Development’ in IndiaNobel Laureate Dalai Lama has commended members of the Young Future Energy Leaders (YFEL), an outreach program by Masdar...
InfoComm MEA 2013, Co-Located at GITEX, Displays Cutting Edge Educational Technology, Helping Organisations Affordably Reach Larger AudiencesUniversities, schools and corporations are bracing for a surge in demand for technology that facilitates education, according to a Singapore-based technology expert.In the...
They coined the term corporate slavery for a reason. Corporations around the world thrive upon the talents and enthusiasm of young graduates who are eager to submit their loyalty and hard earned degrees, to contribute to the profits of the...
Arab Knowledge Economies Require More Effective Skills Formation Systems to Generate High Skill, High Wage Employment.As Arab countries pursue knowledge-based economic development, national skill formation policies require significant rethinking, says a new report from Tahseen Consulting in collaboration with...
A new report by Pearson; Alive in the Swamp, advises educators how to make informed, evidence-based decisions to select learning technology.According to the Pearson report, the future belongs not to those who focus on the technology alone, but to...
A new study has revealed that a university education in the UAE is among the most expensive of all the Emerging economies.The report by HSBC shows that the cost of studying in UAE equals about 51 percent of GDP...
Historical data proves that students opting for a career in science, technology or business, are likely to become successful professionals in the future. But when someone asks, why one would pursue a humanities degree, we're temporarily baffled. The answer, though,...
According to recent research released by HP, more than one-fifth of parents within the UAE exhibit a preference for engineering as a profession for their children. This stems from the potential opportunities and the reputation for rapid advancement within...
IRENA Renewable Energy Learning Partnership helps young professionals to enter the sector.The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) is proud to announce the launch of the IRENA Renewable Energy Learning Partnership (IRELP) database for renewable energy internship opportunities. The internship...
The Nyota Fund makes a positive impact on the lives of hopeful young students in the Ngara District of Kagera Region in Tanzania, which borders Burundi and Rwanda.The Nyota Fund works exclusively in the education sector, raising funds in...
INSEAD attracts 75 MBA students from around the world to the first career forum in the regionThe first INSEAD career forum and gala dinner marked the completion of the first Abu Dhabi module of INSEAD’s signature MBA programme.H.E. Sheikh...
The Higher Colleges of Technology (HCT) in Abu Dhabi is planning to launch the country's first sports-management degree in September 2013.First of its kind, the BSc (Hons) Applied Sport Management programme is collaboration between HCT and the University of...
Job preparation needs to start earlier than university for students to have adequate skills for the workplace School systems in the Gulf region need to start equipping students with employable skills at grade 8, much earlier than thought, in order...
The Ministry of Higher Education in Saudi Arabia claims that there has been a sharp growth in university enrollment largely because of an increase in the income levels of Saudi families and greater interest among women to pursue tertiary...
Addressing Zayed Future Leaders at Dubai School of Government, Her Excellency Sheikha Lubna Bint Khalid Al Qasimi, Minister of Foreign Trade, and a member of the Board of Trustees at the Dubai School of Government (DSG) spoke about how...
Recognizing the importance of investing in human capital, the Kuwaiti government has announced its plans to spend more than USD 1 billion over a period of five years to improve educational facilities in the country.A statement by Mohammad Al-Sayegh,...
The Saudi government plans to launch 15 smart schools in each of the country’s region by February 2013. The Smart Schools Project is an initiative of the government to modernize the country’s education system.According to Ahmad Al-Dandani, Ministry of...
76% of MENA students are required to complete an internship, according to Bayt.com poll. 35% of respondents do not believe internships are valued in the region Dubai, UAE, 10 December 2012: According to a recent ‘Internships in the MENA Region’ poll conducted...
Kuwait said on Monday it wants to raise the amount of revenue set aside in a rainy day fund to 25% from 10% in the 2012-2013 budget.The Kuwaiti cabinet asked the finance ministry to put the change in the budget, the...
Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) has successfully placed itself among Asia's top 5 spenders on digital literacy, according to the latest UN eGovernment Readiness Survey.In addition to its betterment in digital literacy, the report has also highlighted other significant achievements...
Press ReleaseFive traps a leader needs to watch out for. Dubai, United Arab Emirates, July 1, 2012: Leaders at all levels face challenges beyond their limits.  That is why they are leaders, or is it?  In today’s challenging economic environment,...
Can creativity be taught?Here's the deal; I make it a habit to read at least two articles a day about technology advancements. Most of these articles talk about upgrades for existing inventions. For example, TVs are getting bigger, thinner...
Press ReleaseBooz & Company study identifies three imperatives for lasting and successful changeDubai, UAE, May 9th 2012: Globalization, new technology, and changing social patterns have significantly disrupted the education sector over the past decade. National education systems have scrambled to respond...
Saudi Arabia has decided to set up a ministerial committee to reconsider lifting the ban on physical exercise for women, by allowing women-only sports clubs, the country's Al Watan daily newspaper reported. The development comes amidst opposition from the...
Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, announced his government's aim of establishing the UAE as a global 'centre of excellence' for Arabic language.The major announcement was made at...
UAE's Vice President and Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum on Tuesday launched a AED1bn ($272m) initiative to improve technology in the country's schools.Sheikh Mohammed, also the ruler of Dubai, announced the initiative at the launch of...