The Evolution of Education

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Updates to Investing in Oman’s Education Sector

by Arif Mawany / Chelsea Pollard

As part of Oman Vision 2040, Oman seeks increased investment into private schools and higher education institutions.

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Non-profit organisations: How to set them up

by Omer Khan / Nazanin Maghsoudlou / Omar Sharief

In 2017, the Year of Giving, the UAE developed a legislative framework for the operation of non-governmental organisations (NGOs).

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Provisions of e-learning in the UAE: What are the legal implications?

by Nazanin Maghsoudlou / Darya Ghasemzadeh

Online learning, e-learning, and distance learning are terms often used to describe learning conducted via electronic media, typically the internet, which has gained increasing relevance in the post pandemic world.

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Operating as a training institution in Dubai and Abu Dhabi

by Nazanin Maghsoudlou / Shaima Mahmoud

The government of the UAE has introduced a number of rules and regulations that are designed to ensure the smooth licensing and operation of training institutions.

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CCL 2021: Liberalisation of foreign investment – what does it mean for education providers in the Emirates of Dubai and Abu Dhabi?

by Nazanin Maghsoudlou / Shaima Mahmoud

Schools, colleges and universities in the UAE have long been set up, partly-owned and run by foreign investors. Such educational institutions therefore are within the ambit of laws governing inwards foreign direct investment (FDI).

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After the (football) party is over: Education in Qatar

by Matthew Heaton

The challenges facing Qatar in schooling are common to most countries across MENA.

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