The Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University (HBMSU) hosted an online Arabic seminar in cooperation with the Association of Arab Universities (AARU). The webinar served as a strategic platform for introducing faculty members of Arab universities, which are also members of the Association of Arab Universities (AARU), to the salient features of the HBMSU’s mission to establish a culture of smart learning and distance learning as an effective tool for investing in youth to raise them as future leaders.
Hong Kong police fired tear gas at protesters as they tried to escape a besieged university on Monday while hundreds more pro-democracy activists stayed inside armed with petrol bombs
Students say protest will go on until the demands of rollback of fee hikes and release of detained students are accepted.
A march by Left-wing students belonging to Jamia Millia Islamia university to Parliament turned violent on Friday after Delhi police in a bid to stop the protest lathi-charged the protesters.
"We have not and will not stop, as the UAE is great due to the graduates who are building the nation. I wish you luck and success," says Sheikh Mohammed at UAE University graduation ceremony.
Canadian University Dubai (CUD) made history as it became the first university in the world to display images of its graduating class on the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa. The ceremony was the leading Dubai-based university’s 10th graduation event, and recognised its class of 2020 by illuminating one of the most iconic buildings in the world with the faces of this year’s graduates.
Abu Dhabi University (ADU) has been ranked among the top 750 universities in the world for the third year in a row, according to the 2021 QS World University Rankings.
Sheikh Mohammed said, 'Life will return to our universities, schools, and the ranks of our students soon...'
The American University of Beirut, the region’s oldest and most prestigious foreign institution of higher learning, is facing three existential challenges: the collapse of Lebanon’s economy,
A team of mathematicians and economists from NYUAD examined how to balance the need to “flatten the curve” and reduce the spread of COVID-19 while trying to prevent economies from sustaining prolonged, severe, and potentially permanent damage.