British Council, the UK's international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities, will hold the 13th edition of the Education UK Exhibition (Edukex 2014) through separate shows in Abu Dhabi and Dubai in the first wee
The British Safety Council has signed a partnership agreement with Abu Dhabi’s Environment, Health and Safety Center (OSHAD) to share best practice in the management of occupational health and safety.
It will also aim to hel
More than 1,000 of the world’s leading experts and decision makers in higher and further education will take part in the eighth ‘Going Global’ conference, organised by the British Council, in Miami, US, in April.
The work permit system in the UK that allows students to work on campus gives its education system an edge over many other Western countries, said a senior official.
Marc Jessel, British Council country director, UAE, said that th
Seventy delegates from the UAE will join more than 850 of the world’s leaders in education to attend the British Council’s Going Global conference, which is being held next month in Dubai.
The conference, which will ta
The United Arab Emirates will host for the first time a major international conference on the future of global knowledge economies, part of the British Council’s prestigious annual Going Global series.
The world’s lead
The number of students going to UK universities from the UAE has been rising since 2002, despite tightened visa regulations and reached a total of 3,145 in 2011, marking an increase of 126 per cent, a report said.
These figures we
The British Council is bringing one of Britain’s most innovative art and music collectives to the UAE for the first time when the Noise of Art performs at the Abu Dhabi Art Plaza on November 9.
Noise of Art is a pioneering c
Students in Bahrain will have the opportunity to meet representatives from universities and colleges in the UK next week during Education UK Exhibition 2011 (Edukex).
The event, organised annually by the British Council, will be held on No
Leading academic researchers in the field of energy from UK and Gulf institutions will discuss the advancement of renewable energy and address the challenges to and the need for alternative energy sources at a major symposium to be held next week