More than 200 students from around the region are debating some of the biggest challenges facing the international community during the 11th Bahrain Universities Model United Nations (BUMUN) conference. The two-day event started yesterday (Nov
A Bahraini engineering student has bagged BD2,000 ($5,269) after claiming second place in an international technology showcase. Tasneem Yousif worked alongside fellow aspiring engineers Zainab Fardan Ahmed, Aysha Al Haram and Abeer Al Khalaf t
UAE university students motivated to venture into the world of entrepreneurship shared their curriculum vitae (CVs) for du's Agent 055 Network this past week.
Students were eager to meet with and deliver th
Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region employers share the concern of counterparts in the US that universities are not preparing students with sufficient key skills needed for the workplace, an American higher education expert said.
UAE’s Ministry of Education (MoE) has introduced an email service catering to more than 129,000 students throughout its schools.
The move will allow students to utilise technology for a safer means of communication, said&nbs
Mine sweepers, oil explorers and football-playing automatons were all on show at the Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre yesterday as the Bahrain heats of the World Robot Olympiad (WRO) drew to a close.
More than 200 students from 51 teams from across the Middle East will compete this weekend for the opportunity to attend the Hult Prize Accelerator, an innovative incubator for social enterprise.
The Hult Prize Foundation’s
Better use of technology in the classroom is key to improving students' performance, according to a leading computer expert.
Microsoft worldwide education vice-president Anthony Salcito told the Gulf Daily News (GDN),
A nationwide anti-drug campaign in Bahrain is expected to reach students in 300 schools by the end of 2017, it was revealed yesterday (March 4).
The campaign is part of a US-based international programme called Drug Abuse Resistan
Bahrain University College of Engineering student, Mariam Ali Mohammed, has designed an environment-friendly car manufacturing factory.
The project, part of graduation requirements, aims to encourage investment in alternative ener