Catégorie: Higher Education
by Dr Anne-Sylvie Boisliveau
Title : Lectureship in Arabic - ME4774
School of Modern Languages, Salary: £37,012 - £45,486 per annum, Start Date: 1 January 2013, or as soon as possible thereafter, Fixed Term: 5 years...
Published on 30 April 2012 in Opinion Aref Abdullah Al-Selmi (author). All of us knows the importance of higher education and its necessity in a
world that recognizes only those with higher education degrees. In
Yemen, getting a bachelor degree is very difficult as a result of
par Dr AS Boisliveau
The Post Graduate Program Islamic Theology (Münster, Erlangen-Nürnberg, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Osnabrück, Paderborn, and Tübingen) invites applications for up to 8 PhD positions. Application closes on May 18, 2012.
CALL FOR PAPERS
PERSPECTIVES: TEACHING ISLAMIC STUDIES IN HIGHER
The editorial board/editor still welcome paper proposals for the next issue of Perspectives until 31 January 2012 for final submissions of accepted articles on 10 February 2012....
By Ursula Lindsey, Cairo. The
number of universities in the Arab world has nearly tripled in the last
decade, yet a lack of information about institutional structure and
quality remains an impediment to reform, regional coordination, and the
kinds of international linkages Arab...
Recent upheavals in the Middle East and North Africa can be traced
largely to the region's youth - millions of young people facing
widespread unemployment and seeing a dearth of opportunities ahead of
them. Now, academics are seeking to focus on the role that higher
By Wagdy Sawahel. Despite dramatic growth since the 1990s in the number of private
institutions, which make up about 45% of all Arab universities and have a
market size of US$1.2 billion in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab
Emirates alone, these institutions continue to have little...