Education, Training & Recruitment
October 10, 2012
As part of her master’s research in the biotechnology program at The AUC, Mariam Rizkallah, has returned from a one-month expedition in the Arctic Circle she was part of an international research team.
October 9, 2012
The strike by doctors in Egypt is entering a "decisie week" as they battle for better working conditions and an increase in the healthcare budget.
A planned strike by public-sector workers in Lebanon in Wednesday has gained more support as the Public Sector Employers Association confirmed they will take action as the debacle continues to run.
The Jordan Enterprise Development Corporation (JEDCO) and the European Union are attempting to boost the Jordanian economy by a mixture of grants and loans to Small and Medium sized Enterprises.
Qatar National Research Fund concluded the most recent cycle of its Secondary School Secondary Research Experience Program in an awards ceremony recognizing 89 outstanding student researchers.
October 8, 2012
Speak Dating’language exchange programme launched in the year 2010 has moved its venue to Eton Institute’s latest addition ‘The Coffee Lounge’.
October 7, 2012
A recent study has shone the spotlight on the historic development of Qatar’s economy, and the potential challenges it may face in the future.
October 4, 2012
The phenomenon that is Gangnam Style has taken the world by storm, putting the spotlight on the Gangnam District of the South Korean city of Seoul and its unique modern culture.
October 3, 2012
Employees across Qatar are expected to enjoy annual pay rises averaging 5.1 per cent next year, according to a research group.
Khalifa University announced today that five of its students and three of its faculty members received the 2012 Young Emirati Researchers Award and the 2012 Young Emirati Innovators Award.
Eton Institute is hosting a free workshop in Business English at its Abu Dhabi branch to give business professionals a chance to experience and learn the business lingo and excel in their respective careers.
As the World Bank talks of job creation, and the fears grow over unemployment levels in the Middle East and globally, a report shows that the MENA region could be showing signs that employment levels are picking up.
As the global economy continues to struggle against slowing demand in the Tiger Economies and China, the fall out from the Arab Spring and the Eurozone crisis, the World Bank has said that the global economy will need to create 600 million jobs by 2020.
As the long running debacle over public sector pay increases in Lebanon rumbles on, the Union Coordination Committee announced a general strike on Oct. 10, potentially forcing many schools to close.
October 2, 2012
Enhance your experience communicating with Filipinos with the free month long course in Tagalog at Eton Institute.