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Sharjah Education Council signs agreement with Bukhatir Education

Advancement and Management “Beam” to manage Khalifah Al-Hamzah Private School in Al-Madam, Sharjah Sharjah Education Council has signed an agreement with Bukhatir Education Advancement and Management (Beam) to manage the first private school in Al Madam, Sharjah. The agreement was signed by Dr. Saeed Musabbeh Al Kaabi, President of Sharjah Education Council, and Mr. Salah Bukhatir, Chairman and CEO of …

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The Kindergarten Starters school leads the way with Microsoft Innovative Educator (MIE) programme

School hosts ceremony in recognition of its 129 teachers certified as MIE Experts – the highest number for a single institution in the region School’s principal becomes first and only certified MIE principal in Middle East Dubai: The Kindergarten Starters (KGS), part of GEMS Education, has today been recognised for its high number of Microsoft Innovative Educator Experts (MIEEs), with …

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GEMS Education exercises its option to increase ownership in Egypt schools

Investment involves phased roll-out plan over a 5-year period catering for up to 40,000 students GEMS Education and EFG Hermes plan to acquire more than 30 schools in Egypt 50/50 joint venture will offer investors unique access to Egypt – MENA’s largest education market – with over 20 million enrolled students Dubai, United Arab Emirates: GEMS Education, one of the …

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The Kindergarten Starters school leads the way with Microsoft Innovative Educator (MIE) programme

School hosts ceremony in recognition of its 129 teachers certified as MIE Experts – the highest number for a single institution in the region School’s principal becomes first and only certified MIE principal in Middle East Dubai: The Kindergarten Starters (KGS), part of GEMS Education, has today been recognised for its high number of Microsoft Innovative Educator Experts (MIEEs), with …

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Shortage of affordable quality private schools in Dubai must be addressed, study finds

There is a growing move towards more affordable education in Dubai There is a growing need for more affordable private schools in Dubai – as parents look for top quality alternatives to high-end education, a new report has found. A “persistant shortage” of schools from kindergarten through to grade 12 with mid-range fees offers a “gap in the market” for …

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Winners of ‘Illiteracy in the Arab World’ Challenge honoured

The Challenge attracted a host of outstanding projects and initiatives that seek to eradicate illiteracy. The Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Knowledge Foundation (MBRF) has wrapped up the evaluation process for entries into the first round of the “Illiteracy in the Arab World” Challenge, with plans to announce the winners at the Knowledge Summit 2018, taking place on December 5 …

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Morocco Wins Gold and Silver Medals at Arab Math Olympics

Moroccan math whizzes are bringing home gold and silver medals from the Arab Mathematics Olympics. Rabat – Three Moroccan students won gold and silver medals at the first Arab Mathematics Olympics which ended on Thursday in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Mohamed Khir won a gold medal and Nizar El Ghazal and Mohamed El Kafil won silver medals. The competition awarded two …

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Nexford University to bridge a global skills gap

Egypt is one of the most important regions In less than a year, Nexford University (NXU), an online American university offering globally affordable education to learners worldwide, has closed its seed round of $4 million (April 2018), and has been licensed by the Higher Education Licensure Commission (HELC). The university, headquartered in Washington DC, analyzed more than 30 million job …

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Interview: Egypt’s PPP unit seeks bidders for schools, housing and infrastructure projects

Requests for proposals for projects covering up to 200 new schools and eight dry ports to be issued in the first quarter of 2019 Egypt’s government plans to issue tenders for the second phase of a government programme to develop 200 schools under a public-private partnership (PPP) framework in the first quarter of 2019. Requests for proposals for private sector …

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UAE students compete for the coveted Curtin University Dubai’s Business Cup Challenge 2018

This year’s competition focused on blockchain technology and the use of cryptocurrency in businesses Curtin University Dubai, one of Australia’s most highly regarded and prestigious universities, gets ready for the grand finale of their acclaimed Business Cup Challenge which will conclude on 24th November at Emirates Institute for Banking and Financial Studies Auditorium. The Business Cup Challenge (BCC), running for …

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