Efforts to bring in American experts to train Egyptian university leaders
Khaled Abdel Gaffar, Egypt’s Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, spoke with Leslie Reid, director of the US Agency for International Development, to bring in experts from the United States to provide workshops and training programs for Egyptian university leaders. Leadership, future programs and capacity building.
Both sides have reviewed work plans for excellence research centers, which are conducted in collaboration between the agency and the universities of Cairo, Ain Shams and Alexandria in the fields of energy, water and agricultural sciences.
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New scholarships for Yemeni students in Hungary
Yemen’s Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research has announced that it will open the door for university students to apply for a number of fully-funded, several scholarships from Hungarian universities.
It falls within the framework of an agreement previously signed between the Ministry and the Hungarian Foundation for grants. The Ministry will select applicants for these scholarships in undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, provided that the applicant is a graduate of the academic year 2020/2021 AD from a university in Yemen.
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Vacancies for teaching staff at Kuwait University
Kuwait University has announced the need to recruit qualified PhD holders in nine specialties from the Faculty of Arts, Sharia and Islamic Studies and Social Sciences.
Necessary jobs include: professors specializing in health information, information management, exercise therapy and radiology, as well as several English language teachers working in the language learning center in the college.
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New methods in Moroccan schools following the increase in Covid-19 injuries
Morocco’s Ministry of Education has announced new preventive measures in schools in the state aimed at stopping the spread of Kovid-19.
These measures include: closing classrooms where three injuries occur, or in educational institutions where the number of injuries exceeds ten, with distance learning taking place in these institutions.
The ministry confirmed in a statement, “Continuation of the vaccination process for female students between the ages of 12 and 17.”
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Research on the implementation of the Unified Study System in the Libyan Faculty of Health Sciences
Deanra of the Faculty of Health Sciences at the Libyan University, in their third meeting at the Islamic University of Asmaria, discussed the implementation of a unified system that would integrate curricula and teaching methods across all faculties of health sciences.
Deans are scheduled to continue their meeting today (Tuesday) to finalize organizational and systematic formulas for implementing a unified system in their educational institutions.
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