Education, Training & Recruitment
February 27, 2013
Eton Institute, the UAE’s largest language training and professional development centre, will be marking its seventh anniversary on Thursday, 7th of March 2013 with surprises galore for everyone.
The American University in Cairo (AUC), celebrated last week the graduation of four students, who constitute the inaugural class of AUC’s master’s program in nanotechnology, launched in 2010.
February 26, 2013
University of Dubai has graduated yet another cohort of selected Emirati women entrepreneurs from the Northern Emirates.
Strikes in Lebanon is severely disrupting education establishment as private and public sector workers take industrial action over a long-debated government pay increase for teachers.
More than 700 jobs have been secured in Jordan, under the National Employment Campaign, Labour Minister Nidal Katamine announced on Monday.
Whether it’s cricket, basketball or football, it can be hard for fans to see all the action in a fast-paced sports game.
February 25, 2013
Unemployment in Palestine eased slightly in the third quater of 2012, but over quater of the population remain without work, according to Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics.
Four Kuwaiti lawmakers are pushing to raise the monthly minimum wage of Kuwaiti nationals in the public sector, with private sector employees also receiving yearly increment in line with inflation.
Eton Institute, the UAE’s largest language training institute, is hosting a memorable cultural evening -‘Festival de Sanremo’ - highlighting the delights of the Italian Song Festival.
Qatar National Research Fund (QNRF) today announced the launch of its new mobile application, making it one of the few research funding agencies globally to employ such technology.
February 24, 2013
Case studies highlighting different succession plans and strategies that are currently implemented throughout family businesses in the GCC region Organized by Abu Dhabi University Knowledge Group at Dusit Thani Dubai Hotel.
ALHOSN University joined some of the UAE’s top educational institutions and experts in discussing important issues affecting the learning environment and abilities of youth.
Khalifa University Assistant Professor, Dr. Muhamad Olimat, has recently published a book with Routledge Publishing House entitled China and the Middle East: From Silk Road to Arab Spring.
Experts, academics and professionals devoted to environmental sustainability gathered recently to discuss innovative solutions for water conservation, recycling, and reuse in Qatar.
More than a dozen journalism and communication students from Northwestern University in Qatar are touching down in major cities all over the world this week to kick-off their Journalism Residency program.