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New EY survey says region's education system is failing to equip students for private sector work
Dubai-based Investbridge Capital partners to set up firm to invest hundreds of millions of dollars in education
Emiratis are being encouraged to connect with children who do not have parents, particularly during Ramadan
Angry parents hit out after it emerged that 117 schools in Dubai have been permitted to ramp up their fees this year.
Provider operates more than 50 schools across 19 countries in the MidEast, North America, Europe, Asia and Africa and improved performance was due to rising fees and pupil numbers
A group of schools have been forced to re-explain why they have banned Muslim children from fasting
Whistleblower reveals employees handled 5,000 enquiries per day, mainly from the UAE and Saudi Arabia
By teaching a robot how to write letters, children can improve their own handwriting skills and gain better self-confidence, according to researchers from Switzerland.
Information and knowledge is increasingly stored and shared online
Gulf state begins aggressive drive to recruit 1,500 new school teachers, most from Arab nations abroad
Officials have confiscated computers and held employees for questioning over The New York Times’ claims the firm netted millions of dollars selling fake degrees including to UAE residents
A New York Times expose claims a Pakistani media company has made tens of millions of dollars selling fake degrees to dozens of fictitious universities
Abu Dhabi Public Prosecution seeks maximum penalty for those convicted in case of girl who died in school bus
Al Worood Academy will close later this year following the death of a four-year-old on a school bus
New survey reveals that total benefits including housing and education allowances rise by 12%
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King Abdullah II says projects will be delivered via public private partnerships; part of new...
Prominent firms stump up support for new youth unemployment target for WEF’s Regional Business...
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Aramex chief Fadi Ghandour says youth unemployment is biggest challenge and biggest opportunity...
Riyadh's new rulers enjoy more scope to make dramatic and unexpected interventions than their...
Organisations seeking donations to help provide relief to thousands of victims
Unfortunately any kind of taxation would put an unbereable burden on the majority of the SMEs already struggling espcially in view of the 2016 forecast... more
This is just like the current law and it will not be followed just like major companies don't follow the current law It's a disaster that it take... more
Great work, Dubai Police !!
Another big problem is the cutting into your lane instead of following the normal queue.
This is causing... more
So lets be honest some people think it will go up and some people think it will go down.
No one really can predict what is going to happen! Maybe it... more
Very Nice to know.. May Allah (God) Bless His Highness Prince Al Waleed for all the good things that he is doing in his life.. including this specific... more
It is a grand gesture by his HRH Prince Waleed in the interest of mankind at large. May god bless him with good health. Let other ultra rich follow his... more