Tuesday , 23 July 2019

Tag Archives: Students

GEMS Education students excel in IB exams

Students outperform international averages and achieve outstanding results across the board Two students (GEMS Modern Academy and GEMS Wellington International School) achieve full marks putting them in top performing 1% across the world. GEMS Educations students’ average pass rate of 94 per cent Best ever results for GEMS Education Dubai: GEMS Education students studying International Baccalaureate (IB) have continued to …

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Mastercard partners with GEMS Education to offer scholarships to high-achieving UAE students

As part of its annual partnership with GEMS Education, Mastercard holds scholarship awards ceremony at GEMS Wellington Academy, Al Khail Mastercard, a leading technology company in the global payments industry, has formed an annual partnership with GEMS Education to grant scholarships to high-achieving students, in the field of academic excellence and extra-curriculars such as sports and the creative & performing …

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SAE to host Ramadan Camps to help students develop critical creative skills

A fun learning experience to keep students passionate about creative media and develop their skills SAE, the world’s leading educator in creative media industries will host four creative media camps during Ramadan to introduce students to the basic tools and techniques of Robotics, Programming, Photography and Animation. The Robotics Camp will cover the basic structure of an autonomous robot and …

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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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Kuwaiti education minister assures students of unbridled support

Kuwait remains committed to its goal of providing quality education and honing the skills of its students, its education minister Dr. Hamid Al-Azmi said on Sunday. The minister’s remarks come against the backdrop of a major achievement where a Kuwaiti private school outperformed 52,000 others in an Arab reading challenge held in Dubai. He congratulated the students of ‘Al-Ikhlas’ school …

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In New Agreement with Arab Open University, McGraw-Hill Education Will Make Powerful Digital Learning Materials Available to Students in Nine Countries

Students in all major courses will have access to McGraw-Hill Connect® course materials A new agreement that expands the collaboration among Arab Open University (AOU), McGraw-Hill Education and Growmore will make McGraw-Hill’s high quality digital content available to students at AOU’s nine branches in the Middle East and Africa. Students in all major first- and second-year course areas will have …

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Grade 12 students, fresh graduates can stay in UAE for two more years

The policy is particularly beneficial to male students above 18 and under their parent’s visa Students dependent on their parents after Grade 12 and those who have finished their university studies can soon be granted a one-year extension of their residence visa twice, according to the new visa reforms to be implemented starting next week. Brigadier Saeed Rakan Al Rashidi, …

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Education in the Middle East and North Africa

ACHIEVEMENTS The Middle East and North Africa Region (MENA) has taken great strides in education. It has quadrupled the average level of schooling since 1960, halved illiteracy since 1980 and achieved almost complete gender parity for primary education. Access: Enrolment in the region’s school systems has increased significantly over the past decade to the point where universal primary education has …

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UCL Qatar welcomes record number of new students for 2018/19 academic year

UCL Qatar has started its new academic year by welcoming one of the biggest MA student intakes since the London-based University set up its operations in Qatar in 2010 in partnership with Qatar Foundation. Forty-nine graduates from over 25 countries will now begin full or part-time studies on UCL Qatar’s renowned Library and Information Studies MA and Museum and Gallery …

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RTA kick starts ‘AJYAL’ internship to offer students career exposure

The programme has attracted this year 63 students from secondary schools The Roads and Transport Authority – Nashwan Atta’ee: RTA’s Human Resources & Development Department has started the summer internship programme (Ajyal) for Emirati secondary school and university students. The programme, which started on 1st of July and continues up to 30th of August 2018, stems from RTA’s keenness to …

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