Universities

Microsoft’s Aspire Women – working with Universities Leaders of the Future

by Danka Mircevski Where we as society stand is nowhere close to where we should be. The reality of things points out an important issue – the existing gender gap. This makes development of our communities stagnate

Studying Abroad – A Wonderful Journey

By Nour Hamed It was around noon when my flight arrived at College Station TX – my home for the next two years as a graduate student at Texas A&M University. After a long flight from Baghdad,

Paintings tell a story of a nation; Iraqi Artist Mona Marei

 Interview by: Sana Bekki “Baghdad, a paradise on earth…. Oh, I miss it so much. I keep counting hours to go back to paradise.” I overheard this statement in Amman last week. A woman whose hometown was

Is Architecture the Profession for You?

  Are you a young high school student dreaming of a career in architecture and wondering if it is the profession for you or not? Architecture is a really interesting job. It’s rare that you do the

Internships: From Education to Employment

Katie Ramsey, Director of FinanceInterns, a leading education and training company in the City of London shares her experience and perspectives. You’ve studied hard and achieved all you wished for from the world of education, and now