Education, Training & Recruitment
November 19, 2013
Students from Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar took home first place in The EnterpriseChallenge Qatar 2013, organized by Qatar Shell and Bedaya Center.
November 18, 2013
ALHOSN University has announced its support for the National Flag Day campaign organized by the UAE Ministry of Culture, Youth and Community Development under the slogan ‘Raise it Up High … To Keep it High.’
Plans to celebrate the United Arab Emirates’ 42nd National Day are well underway at Abu Dhabi University, with students getting ready to inaugurate a week-long of cultural, traditional and heritage.
Qatar Foundation announced the appointment of Engineer Jassim Telefat and the appointment of Fahad Saad Al Qahtani.
Amal, a new Georgetown University in Qatar student-led group that promotes accessibility for those with special needs, recently welcomed students from Best Buddies Qatar to the Georgetown campus at Education City.
November 17, 2013
Thirteen companies attended Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar’s first annual career & networking fair, IGNITE.
November 14, 2013
The Reading Club at ALHOSN University is organizing a cultural symposium to discuss “Flashes of Thought,” a book written by H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
In a 10% rise from last year, Abu Dhabi University has attracted 1,100 new students for the 2013-14 academic year.
November 13, 2013
With social media activity growing 20 percent in the past year, Bahrain is looking to partner with a major social media organization to train employees on how to use it in their work in the hopes that it will benefit "education, entrepreneurship, and jobs" in the country's future.
Abu Dhabi University collected over 6,500 AED to benefit the nation-wide Breast Cancer Awareness campaign.
November 12, 2013
The Center for Islamic Economics and Finance recently organised a successful symposium on “Sukuk from Economic, Legal, Practical and Shariah Perspectives”.
November 11, 2013
Hamdan Bin Mohammed e-University has announced that a blended learning study published by two of its professors was honoured for Innovation and Best Practice at the 25th ICDE World Conference.
Bahrain's labor fund Tamkeen has launched an enhanced career progression programme to help employers address performance gaps among their Bahraini employees through training opportunities to allow them "to develop competencies related to their work."
Journalists inside the Muslim world can debunk popular stereotypes about Islam by reporting untold stories to global audiences, experts told students at Northwestern University in Qatar.
November 10, 2013
As part of its efforts to support Bahrainis and businesses to grow and develop, Tamkeen unveiled the enhanced Career Progression Programme, which is a programme that helps employers address performance gaps of their Bahraini employees by providing high-quality training opportunities to allow them to develop competencies related to their work.