education

  • QIPF conducts workshop on the Concepts and Practices of Macro economy and Public Finances

    Qatar Institute for Public Finance (QIPF), in collaboration with the Ministry of Finance (MoF), is conducting a special workshop that will cover Concepts and Practices of Macro economy and Public Finances for mid & senior level officials in the public finance sector. The workshop is QIPF’s 3rd for the 2nd consecutive year, as part of a series of promised workshops and seminars aimed at elevating the public finance standards in the MENA region.

  • Qudwa Global Survey Reveals Emotional Soft Skills are More Important Success Factors than Hard Skills for Teachers of the Future

    800 leading educators from 68 countries will convene at Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi next month to discuss transformational, behavioural and technology trends in education under a core theme of Teaching for Tomorrow. The two-day event is organized under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi.

  • RAKCAM reaches out to local and global scientific community ahead of 9th International Workshop on Advanced Materials in Ras Al Khaimah

    As public interest in the amazing world of advanced materials grows following the recent Nobel Laureate announcements in Chemistry and Physics, the organisers of the 9th International Workshop on Advanced Materials (IWAM – 2017) in Ras Al Khaimah have requested abstract submissions from professors, graduate students and postdoctoral researchers prior the event’s latest incarnation between 19-21 February 2017. Those who are working in areas related to Nanomaterials for Energy and Environment, Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes, Advanced Materials and Nanocatalysis for energy production, conversion, storage and efficiency, Water Purification, Environmental Remediation and Advanced Structural Materials are being encouraged to apply to participate at IWAM – 2017, and can do so through the organisation’s website (iwam-rakcam.com).

  • RAKEZ Academic Zone welcomes Delhi Private School

    RAKEZ Academic Zone, a flourishing hub for education institutions in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), has welcomed Delhi Private School to its dynamic learning ecosystem.

  • RAKEZ Academic Zone welcomes the University of Stirling

    RAKEZ Academic Zone, a flourishing hub for education institutions in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), has welcomed the United Kingdom’s (UK) University of Stirling to its dynamic learning ecosystem.

  • RCSI and MBRU sign an MOU to jointly foster advancement in healthcare education, training, innovation and research in the UAE

    The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) Dubai, an international leader in healthcare education, and Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences (MBRU), Dubai Healthcare City Authority’s academic arm, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that highlights their joint efforts to support healthcare professionals through high-quality education, continuing professional development, research and innovation.

  • Ready, Get Set, Go ‘Around the World Adventure’

    Summer vacation is a long-awaited break when kids look forward to finally kicking back, sleeping in and watching endless amounts of television and playing on tablets. But who wants to stay cooped in when there’s the whole world to explore out there? So, this summer get your kids to pack their bags and travel around the world on an exciting, adventurous odyssey that will enrich their experiences and help develop interpersonal skills. Give them the chance to discover different ways to travel, a variety of foods, culture, languages, nationalities, popular landmarks and create lifelong memories – all at the British Orchard Nursery Summer Camp from 26th June to 18th August, 2016.

  • Record Breaking A Level Results Once Again at Brighton College Abu Dhabi

    This year’s A level results at Brighton College maintained the College’s outstanding performance which reflects the high academic standards established by our previous graduating cohorts.

  • Record number of students graduate from Ras Al Khaimah Medical & Health Sciences University

    His Highness Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi, UAE Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Ras Al Khaimah, has honored a record-breaking number of RAK Medical & Health Sciences University students by bestowing on them their graduation certificates.

  • Record-breaking number of British companies at GESS Dubai 2018

    As close to 100 UK educational suppliers will be exhibiting at GESS Dubai 2018, it is a sign of the strength of the links between the outward-facing UAE and the UK, the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) announced today.

  • Repton Abu Dhabi, Makes Sustainability Pledge

    Students at Repton Abu Dhabi are making a commitment to reduce their carbon footprint and save the world’s oceans from the serious effects of plastic pollution.

  • Right brain development key to enhanced learning potential for young children

    New KHDA approved enrichment centre for babies and toddlers set to open in Dubai, will focus on right brain development education to accelerate learning potential in early years.

  • Riverston Children’s Centre Opens

    a centre dedicated to working with children’s individual and specific learning needs, opened its doors in April 2017 in the Umm Suqeim section of Dubai. Along with offering specialist support services often sought out by teachers and parents alike, RCC also recognises the common struggle that parents have to find the right help for their children, and as such provides a wealth of expertise and support under one roof.
  • Room to Read Partners with Jordan's Children's Book Industry, Distributes 600,000 Copies of 20 New Arabic Children's Book Titles to Jordanian Students and Refugee Youth Across Country

    Room to Read, a global organization founded on the belief that World Change Starts with Educated Children®, will announce the publication and distribution of 600,000 copies of new Arabic children's books, at an event held on November 14 at the Children's Museum Jordan. Under the Patronage of Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah of Jordan and funded by Dubai Cares as part of UAE's Reading Nation Campaign, this project brings Room to Read's award-winning expertise in local language children's book publishing to the Middle East for the first time. Twenty original children's book titles were developed by Room to Read in partnership with over 40 local authors and illustrators and in collaboration with three Jordanian publishers—Dar Al Yasmine Publishing, Jabal Amman Publishers and Majdalawi Masterpieces. This one-year project serves the children of Jordan, 90,000 of whom are estimated to be out of school. Thirty thousand copies of each book title will be distributed to inspire a love and habit of reading among the children of Jordan. Every public primary school in Jordan will receive four copies of each book title with the remaining copies distributed to refugee camps and disenfranchised communities throughout the country.

  • Rove Hotels host Mawaheb Students for ‘Pass it On’ Iftar

    Rove Dubai Marina recently hosted 30 Mawaheb art students along with their art teachers and volunteer helpers at an Iftar at The Daily, Rove Hotel’s signature restaurant.

  • Rove Hotels makes education fun with STEM Saturday Camps for kids

    In line with its ongoing efforts to make a worthwhile impact on the local community through positive, beneficial initiatives, Rove has partnered with STEM for Kids to host STEM Saturday Camps at Rove Downtown. The camps are designed to offer highly flexible and engaging programmes that focus on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) for 5 to 11-year-olds.

  • RTA honors HBMSU for key contributions to ‘RTA Scientific Research Award’

    Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) recently recognized Hamdan bin Mohammed Smart University (HBMSU) for its significant contributions to the successful third ‘RTA Scientific Research Award’ held at the Authority’s headquarters. As a jury member, Professor Mustafa Hassan, HBMSU’s Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, received the honorary shield during the event’s closing ceremony. The accolade was also in recognition of HBMSU’s role in enriching scientific knowledge and research in the country, instilling a culture of creativity and innovation locally and regionally, and advancing the UAE’s transformation towards becoming one of the world’s most innovative states.

  • SAE Dubai to Host ‘Study 4 A Day’ workshops for students interested in a career in creative media

    SAE, the world’s leading educator in creative media industries will host a study day at its Dubai campus on Saturday, 23rd February for students interested in a career in the creative fields.

  • Salem Al Qasimi Graduates 10th Sharjah Leadership Program Class

    Sheikh Salem bin Abdulrahman Al Qasimi, Chairman of the Sharjah Ruler's Office, was in attendance at the graduation ceremony of the 10th batch of Sharjah Leadership Program (SLP) held yesterday, at the Al Jawaher Reception & Convention Centre (JRCC) in Sharjah.

  • Schools take the driving seat in road safety

    A new campaign which aims to promote car safety and the use of car seats for youngsters has gotten underway, with Dubai schools firmly in the driving seat.