Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Education

Pioneer In Bahrain’s Higher Education

University College of Bahrain has been a leading provider of tertiary level education in the fields of Management, Business and Communications Technology, for 16...

Saudi aviation academy to open doors for first women pilots

A flight school in Saudi Arabia is opening its doors for women, following the end of a decades-long driving ban in the Muslim country...

Bahrain to launch its first artificial satellite in 2 years

Bahrain is setting up a highly-qualified team to launch its first artificial satellite in space within two years. The National Space Science Agency (NSSA)...

60% of teachers are still expats despite nationalization requests

According to local daily Al-Watan, the ratio of expatriate teachers in private boys schools has crossed 60 percent despite repeated requests by the Ministry...

You make or break your life between 5-7 a.m.

How you spend your morning determines your success in life.How you spend your morning determines who you will become.How you spend your morning determines...

Saudi: More than 80% of job seekers are women

According to a report published by General Authority of Statistics (GaSat) on Tuesday, the number of Saudi job seekers reached 1.07 million this year with women...

Around 200,000 tons of annual food wastage in Bahrain

Bahrain’s households dumps around 195,000 tons of food waste on average annually.“Food dumped by families makes up 35.2% of the overall annual quantity of...

Saudi: Expat Graduates barred from Engineering Jobs

The Ministry of Labor has stopped the transfer of services for engineering graduates who are dependents of expatriate workers to employers who want to...

UAE – New visa rules for students

Last month the United Arab Emirates announced it would ease restrictions on foreign business ownership and residency rights in a move to increase investment...

Saudi: Restaurant goers to be fined for unfinished plates

Saudi Arabia’s consultative Shoura Council will this month discuss a food waste law that could see individuals charged for leaving unfinished plates in restaurants.The...
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