Several small and medium-sized Syrian cities will witness the opening of university faculties next year.
Syria and Iran have laid the foundation stone of a joint university to be built in Lattakia.
The rector of Syrian International Private University for Science and Technology (SIUST) has been jailed following his dismissal by the Minister of Higher Education.
A presidential decree has cancelled the license of the Private University for Science and Arts (PUSA).
Syria’s 15th private university, the Arab Private University for Science and Technology (AUST), opened its doors on July 16.
The Syrian President and his wife laid on July 2 the foundation stone of the Massar Discovery Centre, a children-dedicated educational and cultural centre.
Germany’s Development Bank, Kfw, has announced that it was providing a grant of EUR 6 million to fund the modernization of Syria’s school infrastructure.
Several international design firms have been appointed for the exterior and interior design schemes as well as the landscape and public park scheme of the Massar Discovery Centre.
The International Group for the Development of Education (IGDE) announced after-tax profits of SYP 15.3 million in 2007.
Only 14 percent of school-aged Iraqi children residing in Syria are currently enrolled in Syrian schools according to the United Nations Refugee Agency.
The Higher Education Council has approved the opening of new departments at Syrian state universities and faculties starting from 2006.
The Ministry of Higher Education (MHE) is opening four new faculties in state universities across Syria. The Ministry of Higher Education (MHE) is opening four new faculties in state universities across Syria.
A new university based in the eastern city of Deir-ez-Zor has been established following a Presidential decree in that sense.
The European Union (EU) has initiated with the Syrian government a Vocational Educational and Training (VET) program in order to increase the efficiency of the local labor market to meet the growing needs of the economy.
A National Human Development Report co-published by the Syrian State Planning Commission (SPC) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) on July 20 noted a deterioration in general education standards in Syria with illiteracy rates rising fro...
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