Monday, November 19, 2018

Education

The UAE’s most expensive school officially opens

Two months into the new term and pupils at the UAE's most expensive school have taken their first steps towards a future at some...

Workers get to speak better English in UAE

SmartReading is a reading programme started by the SmartLife in line with the 2016 UAE Government initiative of the Year of Reading. The five-month...

UAE to build Dh500 million Mars Scientific City

The UAE on Tuesday revealed plans to build a city called Mars Scientific City, a Dh500 million project that will simulate life on Mars. The...

UAE schools take first steps in Moral Education

Schools have started teaching the new Moral Education subject this academic year, with student progress to be monitored by schools and authorities. Moral Education is...

Saudi Arabia through the eyes of a high-profile expat

During her nearly three-year stay, the first female Italian Consul General witnessed overwhelming change and development across the Saudi Kingdom with the current leadership.Many...

Saudi textbook features image of Yoda with King Faisal

Saudi Arabia's education minister has apologised for the production of a school textbook in which the Star Wars character Yoda is seen superimposed on...

These are the top 25 schools in the UAE

Jumeirah English Speaking School (JESS) Arabian Ranches, Cranleigh Abu Dhabi and Dubai English Speaking College are the top three schools in Dubai and Abu...

Dubai to get 10 new schools, fees starting at Dh15,000

Parents' education spending continues to be a sensitive subject here in the UAE, according to a recent report published by HSBC. But with 10 new...

Correspondence courses by Indian state universities illegal in UAE

The Indian Consulate in Dubai has warned students in the UAE that it is illegal for universities from any state of India to run...

Saudi universities told to hire less expat academics

Public universities in Saudi Arabia have been told to hire foreign researchers as a last resort only, according to reports.Institutions have been directed to...
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