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Tag Archives: Schools

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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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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Ooredoo signs MoU with Ministry of Education to connect hundreds of schools across Oman to Madrasati offering

Unlocking youth potential through the power of digitalisation Muscat, Oman – Unlocking youth potential through the power of digitalisation, Ooredoo signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Education to connect hundreds of schools across the country to its unique offering to the education sector (Madrasati), via its Super Fibre and LTE network. The partnership will help to …

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17 new international schools set to open in UAE this year

The number of international schools in the region has grown from only 1,159 in 2013 to 1593 in 2018 The market in the Middle East continues to expand, said an industry expert, noting that17 new international schools are opening for the 2018-2019 academic year in the United Arab Emirates, 13 of which are located in Dubai. “Most of the demand …

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Artificial intelligence: GCC schools show more interest in adopting education technology-CEO

The Gulf region is showing more interest in adopting new technologies in the education sector, a chief executive officer (CEO) of an Abu Dhabi-based software company said. “Education is always a pillar of any economy,” Saleh Al Hashemi, the CEO of Alef, a privately-owned firm that sells education software to schools told Zawya in an interview on Monday on the …

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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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Ministry of Education and Microsoft sign a first of its kind strategic cooperation agreement comprising of a number of initiatives specifically for schools in the United Arab Emirates

Hussain Al Hammadi: The MoE is continuing to adopt breakthrough solutions to enhance its schools. Unique Initiatives to serve 6 Major priorities of the MoE An annual training program for 20 teachers at Microsoft Corporation to improve education and provide effective learning solutions inside classrooms. “Fursati” program, an annual in-house training for 25 graduates preparing them for the job market …

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Two UAE Public schools to introduce STEM classrooms

Making Learning a Fun Experience STEM brings Innovation into the Classroom Dubai: Imagine a classroom that is fun where the pupils are involved and where learning moves away from the old concept of chalk and talk. Atlab STEM Academy, the sole distributor of LEGO Education, brings a new hands-on approach to learning by imparting knowledge to the pupils in an …

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Microsoft Jordan Launches Global ‘Hour of Code’ Movement in Jordanian Schools and Universities

Microsoft Jordan has launched the Hour of Code (HOC) global movement in over 130 schools and universities across the Kingdom, underscoring efforts to further strengthen Jordan’s standing within the worldwide information technology (IT) arena. HOC consists of an hour-long session that aims to introduce and simplify computer science (CS) and programming concepts for students of all ages. The movement kicked …

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Hamad Bin Khalifa University and Bedaya Center inaugurate Schools’ Counsellors Training Programme for career advice to students

Sponsored by the Supreme Education Council All independent high school advisors subscribed to attend the programme The Bedaya Center for Entrepreneurship and SME Development (Bedaya Center) announced the launch of a new training programme for academic advisors under the theme of ‘Schools Counsellors’ Career Advice”, in cooperation with Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU) and the Supreme Education Council (SEC). Launched …

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