According to a recent report published by the UN, Iraqi children await education even after two years ISIL’s wipe-off in many areas, as they do not have access to schools and necessary documentation needed for enrollment.
Harvard and Yale have landed in hot water after the US Department of Education discovered that they had not fully disclosed the foreign funding received from the arch rival, China, and the partially disowned Saudi Arabia.
Iraq’s major cities including, Baghdad have been caught in a flurry of protests. Iraqi university students have made the Tahrir Square their temporary address until, their demands are met.
China and U.S. have never an ideal relationship. In recent years, the tension between Beijing and Washington have only escalated particularly trade has been a troubling factor between the two mega-economies of the world. Nonetheless, it appears the countries do prefer actual gifts over empty-case diplomacy.
UK has finally bid farewell to the EU membership, and the move has urged university leaders in Europe and UK to sign a joint statement hoping to maintain UK-EU research ties post Brexit. The education groups and universities believe, remaining associated with European research projects is of “clear mutual benefit”.
Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) hosted a 2 day international Urdu seminar recently. The first day of the seminar titled, “Ghalib and Faiz Two Times One Language” was organized in collaboration with Higher Education comission. Eminent researchers presented their research articles in the seminar which was followed by an ”Aalmi Mushaira” (poetry reading). Known national poets presented their works in the mushaira attended by respectable educators and country’s literati. The renowned Urdu poet, Amjad Islam Amjad, presided over the Aalmi Mushaira.
The Malala Yousafzai Scholarship Act is finally getting the support it needs from the US Congress. The Act was introduced by two representatives of the House, Hakeem Jeffries and Ann Wagner to the House Foreign Affairs Committee on September 26, 2019, to increase gender equality in education for the benefit of Pakistani females.
Berklee arrives in Abu Dhabi with a bang. The island city will be having its very own international music college very soon. An agreement has been signed with the Boston based Berklee College of music.