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US Consul General visits Universities in Erbil

By John Lee. The US Consul General in Erbil, Robert Palladino, has recently visited higher educational facilities in the city. At Erbil Polytechnic University he met with President Dr. Kawa Sherwani and senior administrators. They discussed U.S. exchange programs, the university's progress, and areas of possible cooperation. CG Palladino also participated in a roundtable discussion […]

New Report on Iraqi Education Sector

This report provides an overview of the Iraqi education system while following its structure starting with pre-school then the mandatory primary education which involves 6 years of schooling, followed by secondary education consisting of an intermediate level (3 years) and a preparatory level (3 years). Preparatory education has an academic stream with two tracks, literary […]

Caliburn Donates $250k to American Uni Sulaimani (AUIS)

Caliburn International Donates $250,000 to American University of Iraq, Sulaimani (AUIS) Caliburn International has announced its intention to commit an initial $250,000 toward a new scholarship campaign with the American University of Iraq, Sulaimani (AUIS). The campaign, called "We Share the Future," will raise money to provide students from diverse communities across Iraq with access […]

Seminar on Cooperation with Dutch Universities

The Embassy of the Republic of Iraq in The Hague organized a seminar titled: “Capacity Building in the Iraqi Higher Education Sector for Sustainable Development” with the participation of a large number of major Dutch universities, representatives of the Dutch Foreign Ministry, the Nuffic Foundation for the Internationalization of Education, the Foundation for the Netherlands […]

UCL announces Iraq-Focussed Research Grants

University College London (UCL)'s Research Grants Scheme has re-opened to applications. This final round of funding will offer funding of up to £30,000 for successful projects. Deadline 23:59 15 November 2019 The awards These awards support interdisciplinary research on themes relating to one or more of the Nahrein Network's five aims. The final call, with […]

Mosul’s Fine Arts College officially Opens

Creativity flourishes as Mosul’s Fine Arts College officially opens The newly-rehabilitated College of Fine Arts at Mosul University has been officially opened by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Government of Iraq. The College, rehabilitated by UNDP with financial support from the United States Government through USAID, offers third-level art courses ranging from […]

Karbala University taking steps into E-Transformation

As part of the continues support of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) to the University of Karbala, a workshop has been conducted for the period 1 to 5 April on the e-learning modules, gathering twenty senior officials and academics from Karbala University, as part of the technical support provided by the Public Sector Modernization […]

Euphrates Advisors and AUIS announce new Scholarship

Euphrates Advisors LLC and AUIS announce establishment of Euphrates Fund Scholarship Euphrates Advisors LLC and American University of Iraq, Sulaimani (AUIS) announced today the establishment of the Euphrates Fund Scholarship (EFS), a generous grant that will cover the tuition of one University student each year. Euphrates Advisors is an investment firm that manages the Euphrates […]

Iraqi Students look Abroad for Post-Grad Studies

By Sara al-Qaher for Al Monitor. Any opinions expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News.  India, Iran or Turkey: Iraqi Students look Abroad for Post-Grad Studies There are no easy options for Iraqi graduates who want to continue their education with post-graduate studies. If they have […]

IBBC and Iraqi Ministry of Higher Education sign MoU

Iraq Britain Business Council and Iraq’s Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research sign Memorandum of Understanding The Iraq Britain Business Council (IBBC) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Iraq’s Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research at the IBBC Cumberland Lodge Retreat on 7 July. The memorandum was signed by Baroness Nicholson of […]

New American University to be at Water Palace

By John Lee. Al Faw Palace has reportedly been selected as the location for the new American University of Iraq - Baghdad (AUIB). The complex was originally built by Saddam Hussein, then used by the US-led coalition as a camp following the invasion. The new university is scheduled to open in September 2018, and will […]

Iraq Britain Business Council welcomes 3 New Members

By John Lee. The Iraq Britain Business Council (IBBC) has welcomed three new members, bringing its membership to 59 companies. Menzies Aviation: An independent, time-critical logistics specialist serving the airline industry to the highest standards. At more than 200 airport locations across 6 continents, Menzies offer landside and airside services tailored to customers’ needs; timed […]