IDP Education, a leading student placement organisation, is set to launch a roadshow that will provide students and their parents in the UAE with all information required to study in a foreign university of their choice.
Two private universities in Bahrain are under investigation for allegedly enrolling students without authenticating their qualifications.
In clear violation of the rules, Al Ahlia University (AAU) and Universit
Bahraini students whose certificates have not been ratified by education officials have been blamed for attending unaccredited universities abroad.
Education Minister Dr Majid Al Nuaimi said the Higher Education Council, which has
Top British universities and colleges were showcased to students in Bahrain last night (January 15).
The Knowledge Conference was held at the InterContinental Regency Bahrain as part of Great British Week, which is underway in Bah
US News & World Report, a leading provider of information analysis, has created a comprehensive directory of more than 800 universities across the Mena region.
US News editors unveiled a test version of the proposed directory
Jeddah-based Center for World University Rankings (CWUR) has released its 2013 ranking of the world's top 100 universities.
The top 10 universities are Harvard, Stanford, Oxford, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridg
The number of Emiratis pursuing higher education in the US has increased by 13.2 percent, according to a new report.
According to Open Doors 2011, the annual US report on international academic mobility published by the
International Placewell Consultants is organising a mini UK Universities Fair at the British Council in Dubai on October 11.
Representatives from four top UK Universities: Bangor, Birmingham, City and Bristol will be available to counsel p
Multiple options of graduate and postgraduate degrees from leading academic institutions around the world will be presented at the upcoming Getex Autumn, the leading education event, to be held in Dubai and Bahrain.
Getex Autumn 2011 will
Seven vocational education institutes in Bahrain have been given the seal of approval after raising their standards following nationwide inspections.
They were among 14 vocational institutes, 11 schools and six higher education facilities