Apr 15, 2013
For the first time, three different people will be holding the top posts at UAE University, Zayed University and the Higher Colleges of Technology. Read Article New leaders take the helm at UAE's federal universities
Mar 27, 2013
Mahdi Hassan blazed the trail when he became one of the first graduates of HCT in the Dubai's men campus. Now, his sons are following suit. Read Article Two generations of careers take off at HCT
Sheikh Nahyan, chancellor of the Higher Colleges of Technology, reiterates the commitment of the UAE's leaders to education. Read Article Sheikh Zayed's vision of educated youths hailed at HCT's 25th anniversary
The second federal university has gone from four colleges in Abu Dhabi and Al Ain to 17 throughout the Emirates. Read Article UAE's Higher Colleges of Technology celebrate 25 years of learning
Mar 23, 2013
Not just fees at stake, mixed genders is also an issue for women considering private universities. Read Article Pros and cons of going private
Mar 21, 2013
The licensing agency can play a key role in helping courses to be developed, especially in the smaller and newer institutions, say academics.
Read Article UAE universities want closer links with CAA
Mar 15, 2013
As he starts work in his new job as Minister for Culture, Youth and Community Development, Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak says human resources is his key priority. Read Article 'Future of UAE depends on developing human resources', says Sheikh Nahyan
Mar 14, 2013
The new Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Sheikh Hamdan bin Mubarak, comes into a portfolio that is not without its challenges. Read Article New UAE Minister of Higher Education to pick up the challenges
For more than two decades as Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak led a concerted effort to make university and college available to all Emiratis. Read Article Sheikh Nahyan led push to education for all
Feb 28, 2013
Hessa Al Shuweihi is part of a new trend, and she believes the increasing number of Emiratis studying media may be because some of the courses are taught in Arabic. Read Article Increasing numbers of Emiratis choose media studies
While business degrees are still the top choice amongst Emirati students, more and more are opting for design, law and media.
Read Article University courses in UAE grow in diversity
Feb 20, 2013
Student and peer assessments of staff is becoming increasingly important to universities' efforts to improve, academics believe. Read Article Why staff ratings are vital for UAE's universities
Feb 19, 2013
University head says 400 jobs need to be filled but there are only two practising Emirati vets, who both had to study abroad. Read Article Vet degree to be taught for first time at UAE University
Here is a look at how various cultures in the UAE have imported their cuisines and where to buy the ingredients. A hunger for home
As the great manager prepares for his final Manchester United match on Sunday, Gary Meenaghan, chooses a best XI from 27 Old Trafford years. Ferguson's excellent XI
Istanbul's famous mosque tries to strike balance between religion and tourism money by providing tourists with coverings. Thomas Seibert reports Turkey tightens Blue Mosque dress code
Dropping out of the top tier could be more of a help than a hurt, comments Paul Radley. Step backward may help UAE rugby move forward
The Italian marque is unbelievably, half a century old. To celebrate, the world's largest ever gathering of those outrageous sports cars assembled in its hometown. Lamborghini is still crazy after all these years
The dialect of the mountain tribes in Ras Al Khaimah is a living example of the history of the Arabic language's evolution in the region.
Produced by Paul O Driscoll Video: Talking Shehhi – a dialect from RAK's mountain tribes
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