More than 350 private schools in the UAE cater to over 470,000 students, of which about 17 per cent are emiratis, according to recent statistics.
Of the top 14 outstanding schools in Dubai, as many as 10 follow
GEMS Education, a pioneering education company, will open seven new schools in the UAE this year, providing a variety of curriculum options and helping for families.
“The UAE is placing an increased focus on quality educatio
Turkey has accused Russia of an "obvious war crime" after missile attacks in northern Syria killed scores of people, and warned Kurdish militia fighters there they would face the "harshest reaction" if they tried to capture a
GESS Dubai 2016 is hosting an exciting interactive astronomy showcase at the Science and Technology Exploration Zone, a new feature added to the exhibition component of the 9th edition of the Gulf region’s premier education exhibition and
Los Angeles shut more than 1,000 public schools on Tuesday over a threatened attack with bombs and assault rifles, sending hundreds of thousands of students home as city leaders were criticized for overreacting to what authorities later said was
The Omani Ministry of Education and Microsoft today have announced the launch of Windows 10 for public schools, after a pilot project which saw successful migration to the latest Windows platform.
Under this initiative, all public schoo
Cambridge English for Schools Forums brought together school owners, school principals, heads of English language and education professionals in Riyadh and Jeddah, Saudi Arabia to discuss the importance of setting and achieving English languag
Food unfit for human consumption was being served to children in Bahrain’s government schools last year and no tests were carried out on the country’s drinking water to assess its safety. Both these failings on the part of the Heal
Three new schools – a primary intermediate girls’ school in Wadi Al Sail, an intermediate boys’ school in Hamad Town and an intermediate school for girls in Busaiteen – will be opened in the new school year.
Education network Sabis Holdings, Dubai-based Investbridge Capital and Centum Investment Company have agreed to set up a firm which will invest "hundreds of millions of dollars" establishing schools in Africa.
The move w