Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Education

Bahrain – MPs seek to hit expats with school fees of...

Bahrain MPs will this week debate a bill that seeks to reduce the availability of free education to Bahrainis and GCC citizens only.If approved,...

Business Saturday: Why Aspiring Entrepreneurs Should Put Their Education First

There is a growing misconception that higher education is not needed for — and may even inhibit — entrepreneurial success. Beyond networking with other passionate...

Outstanding Schools in Bahrain

As the Education and Training Quality Authority (BQA) represented by the Directorate of Private Schools and Kindergartens Reviews (DPS) will complete the second cycle...

Parents in the UAE pay more than global average for education

UAE parents – including locals and expatriates – say that they pay on average US$99,378 to educate their children from kindergarten through the first...

Dubai: Falling Apartment Rents and Rising School Fees – Report

In a report on Dubai school fees versus rent in Dubai, Edarabia found that the average fees in Dubai’s most expensive area totalled AED...

US Detectives Investigate Death Of Saudi Student In Florida

Authorities in the US have launched a murder investigation following the death of a Saudi student in Miami.Yasser Abualfaraj, 23, was discovered dead in...

Saudi: Principal Fired As Student Drowns In Swimming Pool

The school fired its principal after a student drowned in swimming pool and replaced him with another immediately.Mohammad Al-Harbi, a second-grade student, drowned in...

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...

Saudi: Girls’ physical education classes raise questions about suitable uniforms in...

JEDDAH: Physical education programs in schools for girls in Saudi Arabia begin next year and many questions have been raised about the mechanism of...

Saudi: 30% private & International schools may close

Up to 30 percent of all private and international schools in the Kingdom are expected to close down as the Ministry of Education is...
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