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CIRS offers grant for research on mobility, displacement and forced migration in the Middle East

Georgetown University in Qatar’s Center for International and Regional Studies (CIRS) has issued a call for proposals as part of its Mobility, Displacement, and Forced Migration in the Middle East research initiative. To encourage the collection of data and the study of the topic, CIRS is offering a grant of up to US$25,000 to support fieldwork, research, and analysis. It …

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Ministry of Economy in cooperation with University of Dubai receives student delegation from the University of North Florida

Abu Dhabi – The Ministry of Economy recently received a student delegation from the University of North Florida from various disciplines undergoing a study tour of the UAE in coordination with the University of Dubai. The meeting served as a platform for showcasing prominent indicators of the UAE’s strong economic performance. The guests were briefed on future directions and priority …

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Demand for new schools in GCC to reach over 50,000 by 2020

Dubai, United Arab Emirates – More than 50,000 schools are expected to be set up throughout the Gulf region by 2020 as both public and private stakeholders seek to capitalise the growing education market throughout the region. Citing findings from the GCC Education Industry report published by Alpen Capital, organisers of the forthcoming International and Private Schools Education Forum (IPSEF) …

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Texas A&M at Qatar announces new dean

Dr. César O. Malavé has taken his post as dean of Texas A&M University at Qatar. Malavé was previously professor and head of the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Texas A&M University and holder of the Sugar and Mike Barnes Department Head Chair. He was named to his new post earlier this spring. “Texas A&M University at Qatar …

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New paper published by Pearson makes the case for why we must make artificial intelligence in Middle East Education more seriously

Pearson launches “Intelligence Unleashed: An Argument for AI in Education” in Middle East. Dubai/Riyadh – In a world where digital tools support virtually every part of our lives, why is it that the full power of such tools has yet to be unleashed to those who might benefit most – educators and learners? In the latest of its series of …

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New Partnership Helps University of Northampton Go Global in United Arab Emirates

A London based higher education provider has partnered with the University of Northampton to offer international students a UK accredited degree. London School of Marketing specialises in offering international students a UK accredited qualification without the need to come to Britain. Much of the learning is delivered online and students submit coursework from their home country using their home computer …

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New paper published by pearson makes the case for why we must make artificial intelligence in middle east education more seriously

Pearson launches “Intelligence Unleashed: An Argument for AI in Education” in Middle East. DUBAI, RIYADH: In a world where digital tools support virtually every part of our lives, why is it that the full power of such tools has yet to be unleashed to those who might benefit most – educators and learners? In the latest of its series of …

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UCL Qatar announces Dr Sam Evans CBE as new Director

UCL Qatar, a leading global centre of excellence for the study of cultural heritage, today announced the appointment of Dr Sam Evans CBE as its new Director. Speaking about the appointment Dr Evans shared that he aims to continue UCL’s ‘commitment to high academic standards, to maintaining quality and doing right by our students’. Speaking about the future Dr Evans …

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UCL Qatar announces Dr Sam Evans CBE as new Director

UCL Qatar, a leading global centre of excellence for the study of cultural heritage, today announced the appointment of Dr Sam Evans CBE as its new Director. Speaking about the appointment Dr Evans shared that he aims to continue UCL’s ‘commitment to high academic standards, to maintaining quality and doing right by our students’. Speaking about the future Dr Evans …

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Ajman University and DIFC Academy of Law sign cooperation agreement

The College of Law at Ajman University of Science and Technology and The Academy of Law for the DIFC today announced details of a newly signed cooperation agreement covering the development of training programmes for the benefit of the UAE legal community. The memorandum was signed by Dr. Khalid Al Khaja, Acting Chancellor, Ajman University and Vice-Chancellor for Academic and …

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