A programme for high school students looking forward to becoming scientists with a strong foundation in the field of research will be opening up its second cycle this academic year 2019-2020.
GEMS Education has announced plans to open the latest addition to its Sharjah footprint, the GEMS Cambridge International Private School in Muwailih, which will offer a robust values-based approach to education with a strong focus
His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, and President of the University of Sharjah (UoS), affirmed that the students are the pillar and foundation of the University of Sharjah for whom the university exploits all its potential and energies to build them scientifically and behaviourally.
The final exams for the academic year 2018-2019 are scheduled to start on Wednesday 19 June for students from grades 1 to 12 in the governmental and private schools following the Ministry’s curriculum. The examinations will continue until June 30 for grades 11-12 of the general and advanced streams and the 9 and 10 Elite stream.
Yes, by science, we can overcome the impossible, and education can help overcome difficulties, even if it’s life-threatening, such as cancer.
The Bett Global Education Council, a hub for education leaders to carry the global sector into the future and beyond, was recently announced by Jose Papa, Chairman of Bett Global Series. Papa made the announcement on the first day of Bett MEA 2019, the leading EdTech event in the Middle East and Africa, which took place recently in Abu Dhabi.
The Bukhatir Education Advancement and Management (BEAM) celebrated the excellence of its inspiring teachers and staff members at the annual Nujoom, ‘The Night of Stars’ Awards. This prestigious event exemplifies BEAM’s dedication in recognising the efforts and commitment of the teachers and staff who are helping educate the future leaders of the UAE.
Prominent world figure concerned with humanitarian and charity work announced on Thursday the founding of an international non-governmental organisation, called ‘Educators Without Borders’, with its headquarters based in Geneva.
High Commissioner of Pakistan to Canada Raza Bashir Tarar welcomed the decision of the Canadian government for inclusion of Pakistani international students into the programme as it would facilitate the students desiring to study in Canada.