The Al Qasimi Foundation, a regional think tank leader, has expanded and diversified its in-house research capacity with the addition of Dr. Soohyun Jeon.
During the school holidays this April, 13 educators from Ras Al Khaimah government schools visited Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to conduct education research.
The emirate’s free zone is trying to clean up its reputation as the “Wild West” by setting tough new standards for educational institutions that operate there.
A student at Zayed University has sought to provide a snapshot of current opinions on polygamy through a survey of Emiratis.
The Arab Open University in Kuwait announced that its Assistant Director for Academic Affairs, Dr. Abdullah Al Ajami, has become president of the Gulf Comparative Education Society (GCES).
Technology is often touted as the answer to improving education, but its creative potential must be unlocked for it to be truly effective.
Faisal Mohammed is a man on a mission to get people to put down smartphones and to pick up books instead.
A delegation from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) paid a visit to Malaysia's Vocational College Setapak as part of its Ras Al Khaimah Teacher Exchange Program.
Demand from students for more university courses to be taught in their native Arabic has sparked debate among academics. Abu Dhabi University, the emirate’s largest private university, had, until now, taught all of its courses in English in line with the Ministry of Higher Education’s mandate.
The Annual [Ras Al Khaimah] Fine Arts Festival allows people to learn more about Emirati, Arab, and foreign artists and filmmakers.