The early childhood development at Masterminds Education boosts children’s learning experience and outcomes Education 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...
Saudi Arabia, the oil rich country, is expanding the state control of the economy by sharply boosting the public spending. This increased expenditure is reportedly stifling the private sector and obstructing diversification plans, according to a key bank in...
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...
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...
Prominent UAE businessman, Abdullah Al Ghurair, pledges one third of his assets (AED 4.2 billion) to launch Abdullah Al Ghurair Education Foundation Reflecting his commitment, dedication and on the occasion of UAE Humanitarian Work Day 2015, one of the UAE’s...
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...
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...
Press Release Five 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,...
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...
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...
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...
Here’s a question I always thought about: If I were rich, would I bother myself with studying? As a child, I can’t remember a day when I wanted to go to school. At that age, we really just didn’t understand the...
Enrolment for MBA could never have been easier. With dropping admission numbers, institutions are counting their applicant numbers and there seem seats for everyone. According to new data from the Graduate Management Admission Council, which administers the Graduate Management Admission...
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 Release Booz & Company study identifies three imperatives for lasting and successful change Dubai, 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...
A number of lists are coming out, revealing the top-most, middle tier and those that fall at the end of the list. These lists are none other than university ranking sheets, which have garnered more attention recently, with all coming...
Time management is key during the summer season as it is time for the Board examinations, vocational courses and all other summer activities. Recipe Background/Snapshot of final dish Different people have different learning characteristics. Personalities are shaped by three different learning...
To do or not to do, that is the question. With career clocks ticking away, and with the world and its beings whizzing past you in the all-important rat race to the top rungs of the success ladder, thousands...
The recent revolts in the Middle East gave rise to very committed young citizen journalists who sweat to deliver news to the masses. Background This recent trend of citizen journalists has really shaped the way people use and perceive the media....
UK's National Literacy Trust Survey reveals that texts, emails, and Twitter and Facebook messages may be replacing books among children. The poll was held among 18,141, British children, between the ages of 8 and 17 across 111 schools in...
Acer, in association with the iTEC project, has launched a software named the Acer Classroom Manager, that helps teachers and trainers improve the efficiency of ICT (Information and Communication Technology) teaching by centrally instructing students on their computers. The Acer...
Emirates NBD, the leading banking group in the region, announced today the launch of a new partnership agreement with Hamdan Bin Mohammed e-University (HBMeU), to provide a convenient solution for tuition fee payments. Students can now pay their fees...
Leading British academics are all set to launch a new private university. This new university is aiming to be direct competition to Oxford and Cambridge; and will charge a tuition fee of 18,000 pounds a year. As reported, the university...