education

  • Alpha Publishing brings “The Power of Stories” to TESOL Arabia with Cheryl Palin

    Leading MENA education and learning publisher Alpha Publishing partnered with renowned English Language Teaching (ELT) author, Cheryl Palin at this year’s TESOL Arabia to deliver a full house workshop on “The Power of Stories”. Cheryl, who traveled from the UK to join Alpha Publishing specifically for TESOL Arabia, presented her material on day two of the three-day conference which took place from March 9th – 11th at the Ritz Carlton Hotel, DIFC, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

  • Amadeus Gulf partners with Dubai Cares in support of providing access to quality education in Senegal

    Amadeus Gulf has partnered with Dubai Cares, part of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives, to bring quality education to children and young people living in underprivileged communities in developing countries, on the occasion of its 30th anniversary. To mark this partnership, Amadeus will contribute towards the construction of a new community school in Senegal, enabling generations of children to benefit from quality education.

  • American School of Creative Science Maliha hosts people of determination from Al Wafa school for Capacity Development

    The American School of Creative Science (ASCS) Maliha, managed and operated by Beam, hosted students from Al Wafa School for Capacity Development, part of Sharjah City for Humanitarian Services, during the “Day of Determination” event organized in cooperation with ‘Plant a Smile’ charity foundation.  

  • American University of Sharjah re-creates a Raphaelite masterpiece

    In a feat of creativity, organization and stamina, students from American University of Sharjah’s (AUS) College of Architecture, Art and Design (CAAD) have produced a contemporary version of one of Renaissance Italy’s most famous artworks, Raphael’s School of Athens.

  • Amity University in Dubai awards honorary doctorate to MD & CEO of DEWA

    Amity University in Dubai has awarded HE Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD & CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), with an honorary doctorate in appreciation of his continuing innovative efforts to achieve excellence and enhance scientific knowledge and sustainability. The doctorate was awarded at a graduation ceremony held in the University’s campus in Dubai International Academic City.

  • AMSI Chief Academic Officer Inspires Students at Investiture Ceremony

    Mrs. Alissar Nasr Soubra, the Chief Academic Officer at Academia Management Solutions International (AMSI) - a leading academic solutions provider – was recently invited as the Chief Guest for the Annual Investiture Ceremony at The Indian High School, Dubai – the first private school in the UAE founded in 1961; catering to the CBSE syllabus. Felicitating girl students of secondary and senior secondary sections, Mrs. Nasr officially decorated students with important positions in the Student Council – an influential team of leaders that drive non-curricular activities in the school.

  • AMSI school students visit Dubai Police Stations to convey appreciation for their contribution to the UAE

    Students from Academia Management Solutions International (AMSI), a leading academic solutions provider which manages both ISAS and Al Mawakeb Schools visited 11 Dubai Police Stations to thank the staff and convey appreciation for their services on the occasion of UAE National Day.

  • AMSI schools build a culture of sports and active lifestyle

    In a bid to champion a healthy lifestyle and lay the platform for budding sportsmen, Academia Management Solutions International (AMSI) – which manages Al Mawakeb Schools and International School of Arts & Sciences (ISAS) – has participated in and organized a suite of sporting activities.

  • AMSI schools impress UAE’s Minister of Happiness with #100DaysOfPositivity activities

    Rising to the call of the ‘100 Days of Positivity’ initiative, students of Academia Management Solutions International (AMSI) - a leading academic solutions provider which manages both ISAS and Al Mawakeb Schools – blended numerous engaging activities into their school routine.

  • AMSI schools take a stand against cyber-bullying

    Furthering its commitment to make the internet a safe and positive space for its students, Academia Management Solutions International (AMSI) – which manages Al Mawakeb Schools and International School of Arts & Sciences (ISAS) – has conducted a string of informative workshops, training programs, and expert talks at its premises.

  • Ankabut launch Microsoft’s Azure Stack in collaboration with Huawei

    Ankabut, the United Arab Emirates’ Advanced National Research and Education Network (NREN) offering academic institutions connectivity to other education networks around the world and Huawei, a leading global provider of information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure and smart devices, has partnered to launch a cutting-edge new cloud solution in the UAE, Microsoft’s Azure Stack. This will be the first implementation of Microsoft’s Azure Stack solution in GCC and the ME Region.

  • Applications open for startAD Incubator January 2017

    Starting January 2017, startAD Incubator will accept applications from early stage startups from across the UAE and globally to join its rigorous training program, where up to 15 startups will take part in the first cycle of the program designed to fast track growth and launch new ventures in the UAE and broader MENA region.

  • Arab Luxury World 2017 launches its first global student competition

    Arab Luxury World 2017, the Middle East’s leading luxury business conference, has launched its first ever Global Student Competition to showcase the views of the next generation about what the future holds for the luxury goods and services market. The competition will culminate at the upcoming conference on May 22 and 23 at The Westin, Dubai, and has already served to foster cooperative relationships and exchanges with some of the world’s most prestigious universities.

  • Arab World’s first online PR & Communications Academy launches Arabic courses for two of its globally recognized programs

    Orient Planet Academy, the first online public relations (PR) and communications Academy in the Arab World, has announced that two of its internationally recognized certificate programs are now available in Arabic to cater to the region’s Arabic-speaking PR and marketing professionals and young students seeking to enhance their competitive edge in the industry. The Arabic courses for Online Marketing and PR and Diploma in Event Management will start on March 10, and April 14 of this year.

  • Arabian Child & CACHE introduce JAWDA™ Quality Improvement Program for Nurseries & Kindergarten

    JAWDA™ - which means ‘quality’ in Arabic - helps childcare settings improve the quality of care and education provided to children and their families in the Gulf region, and it helps families make informed decisions about childcare services.  Childcare settings receive a tier level certification indicating the level of quality that they have achieved in specific standards in the following domains: Child Learning and Development, Child Protection, Health and Safety, Workforce Qualifications & Professional Development, Citizenship, Community Partnership and Family Relations, Indoor and Outdoor Environments, and Leadership, Management and Administration.
  • ArabiaWeather Hosts Agriculture Meteorology Training Course for Iraqi Ministry of Agriculture Employees

    A group of employees from the Agrometeorological Network at the Iraqi Ministry of Agriculture have completed a training course on agriculture-meteorology given by a number of experts from ArabiaWeather Inc., the leading and specialized provider of business solutions’ weather data to various sectors across the Arab World. The eight-day course, which took place at the Company’s headquarters, comprised detailed explanations on agricultural meteorology including numerical weather prediction models, satellite images, climate archive, seasonal weather forecasts, meteorological services management, among other subjects.

  • Arthur Carmazzi and Tan Sri Barry Goh aim to build great leaders with introduction new type of school

    Kingsley Leadership Academy, one of the first schools to run under the  Arthur Carmazzi Leadership Development methodology in Malaysia is looking for intakes in September 2018.  The first of its kind leadership school provides not only knowledge and education but also instils passion and the attitudes required to succeed in life thus creating great leaders.

  • Artificial Intelligence to help uplift teaching profession

    Artificial intelligence could be the breakthrough that teachers have been waiting for.

    At the recently concluded GESS Dubai, experts showed a glimpse of the future for the teaching profession with the help of AI, and how it can contribute significantly to school improvement.

  • As part of ‘Champion of Tomorrow’ initiative, festival features sports competitions & learning activities

    The Abu Dhabi Education Council (ADEC) concluded its ‘Beach Festival 2015’ on a high note, with an active participation of 90 male and 50 female high school students from Abu Dhabi, Al Ain and the Western Region.

  • Ashridge faculty highlights key factors for women’s career success in the Middle East

    Fiona Elsa Dent and Viki Holton, both faculty at Ashridge Executive Education and authors of ‘How To Thrive and Survive As A Working Woman: The Coach Yourself Toolkit’ shares their perspectives on career issues faced by women in the Middle East based on their experience of working with many regional women managers who attend Ashridge Business School programmes and events.