Education, Training & Recruitment
March 12, 2013
16 learners from 5 GEMS schools in the UAE have today, received prestigious awards to acknowledge their outstanding performance in the 2012 University of Cambridge International examinations.
Qatar National Research Fund recently conducted a series of workshops for teachers about its Secondary School Research Experience Program, drawing attendees from secondary schools across Qatar.
March 11, 2013
New Emirati graduates overwhelmingly prefer to work in the public sector where salaries are substantially higher than at private firms.
Eton Institute is giving language enthusiasts in Abu Dhabi a chance to experience two of the most fascinating languages and cultures of the world and that too for free.
Affirming an institutional commitment to the philosophy of ‘global knowledge with local vision,’ the Management Information Systems (MIS) Department at ALHOSN University
March 10, 2013
Having played concerts from the Atlantic Ocean to the Caspian Sea, the C Street Brass ensemble from the Carnegie Mellon School of Music has dazzled audiences all over the world.
Civil servants and public school teachers in Lebanon are gearing up for more demonstrations on Tuesday over the long-debated public sector pay scale.
Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar invites the public to participate in its biennial international design conference Tasmeem Doha 2013.
The Research Center for Islamic Legislation and Ethics(CILE) will be holding a high-level international conference entitled ‘Arts and Politics from an Islamic Perspective: Critical Questions’.
INSEAD, the leading international business school, celebrated International Women’s Day 2013 with a seminar at its Abu Dhabi campus entitled ‘Inspire, Impact, Empower’.
March 7, 2013
The University of Dubai (UD) is expecting to see hundreds of its students and alumni come to the Clover Hotel in Deira on March 12 to visit 25 of some of Dubai’s top companies.
Three alumni from Northwestern University in Qatar are putting their unique knowledge and skills to work at the new Qatar TV (QTV), recently re-launched with a modern look and freshcontent.
March 6, 2013
A significant number of workers in Jordan are paid less than the minimum wage, with some earning just $141 a month, a government department reported on Tuesday,
Thousands of strikers continue their protest over wages in Beirut
Popularly known as ‘Eton Day’ among its followers, Eton Institute’s anniversary is a fun filled and joyous occasion.