More than Dh1 billion has been invested in private education in Sharjah. Read Article Private school growth in Sharjah
A private operator plans to offer 6,000 premium school spaces in the next three years, but experts have questioned whether high-end education can address demand. Read Article Test of demand for top-end learning in the UAE
Taghreedat's 1,000 translators, writers and editors in the UAE have begun translating into Arabic free online courses from universities like Stanford and Duke. Read Article Free Ivy League education for all - now in Arabic
The grants will be given to outstanding students and those facing financial difficulties.
Read Article American University in Dubai to offer scholarships worth Dh30 million
The Emirates Foundation for Youth Development reveals the 15 winners of the Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan for Higher Education Grant. Read Article Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed grant names winners
Priorities and expectations have to change, say experts, if youth unemployment in the Middle East – the world’s highest – is to come down. Read Article UAE graduates' job expectations must change, experts urge
A new recruitment service allows graduates to record video CVs. instead of using the conventional paper CV. Read Article Video CVs help UAE job-seekers get ahead
Over 1,700 students take part in the tenth National Abacus and Mental Arithmetic Competition. With quiz Read Article Young mathematicians in Dubai count their way to the top
Without using a calculator, or an abacus for that matter, can you solve these sample sums from the National Abacus and Mental Arithmetic Competition held in Dubai? Read Article Can you do these without a calculator?
Can you do these without a calculator - or an abacus for that matter - (and 194 others) in eight minutes? Read Article Can you do these without a calculator? answers
Twenty-eight warnings of violations such as causing harm to children and not maintaing nursery buildings were issued in first quarter of this year. Read Article Inspections lead to closure of four UAE nurseries
The Ministry of Education has revealed the date for the end of summer break for UAE schoolchildren. Read Article UAE summer holidays for 2013 announced
The Abu Dhabi Education Council is inviting parents and children to speak their mind about the quality of education they receive in a survey posted on their website. Read Article Parents and pupils get a say on Abu Dhabi schools
Large stadium for the recently announced New York City Football Club is planned for iconic tennis site. Omar Rahman reports from New York Football eyes Flushing Meadows
A White Paper highlights that introducing tobacco tax in the GCC could lead to an increase in illicit trade and the smuggling of cigarettes. GCC hike in tobacco prices will see rise in illicit trade, experts warn
In truth, darts is one of few sports where the professionals are more often than not in no better physical shape than the rowdy crowds that cheer them on. Dubai - Let's play darts
Companies in the UAE are finding themselves facing a legal minefield caused by the global reach of tough and sometimes conflicting US and UK anti-corruption laws. John Henzell reports.
Bribery laws go beyond borders
With Muslim families, you must say "mashallah" with every compliment lest someone think you are jealous and have the evil eye. Mashallah: what it means, when to say it and why you should
Vin Diesel, Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez and Gina Carano on the Fast & Furious franchise. Fast & Furious 6 - start your engines
Coke Studio, now in its second season, blends Khaleeji pop with RnB. The collaboration of Shamma Hamdan and Jay Sean in Dubai
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