According to a 2015 HSBC survey, UAE-based parents have strong higher-education aspirations for their children.
A filmmaker is hoping to raise more than Dh50,000 through crowdfunding so she can start a postgraduate course in New York.
DubaiEye wants to talk about education today and in the future and asked the Dr. Natasha Ridge to explore important educational trends.
With sustainability programs contributing to the success of any organization, companies across the GCC are eager to explore their options in the sphere.
Fewer young Emiratis are having to take expensive and time-consuming foundation courses to bridge the knowledge gap between school and university.
Known for offering professional development courses to local educators from Ras Al Khaimah’s primary and secondary schools, the Al Qasimi Foundation has recently extended its capacity development support to local nurseries.
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.