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Monday, 16 November 2020

Your top education stories of the week

Your top education stories of the week:

  • Egyptian students will soon be able to apply to a financial markets masters degree offered by the Spanish Institute for Stock Exchange Studies and Financial Services Institute.
  • The Education Ministry hasn’t ruled out closing schools in the case of a second wave, but Minister Tarek Shawki said that ultimately it isn’t his decision to make.
  • US investments in Egypt will increase in fields such as education and agriculture, regardless of who is in office, AmCham Head Sherif Kamel said, according to the local press.
  • Education services saw an uptick in prices this October increasing 29.7% m-o-m while high school education prices rose 55.6% m-o-m, helping spur annual headline inflation figures.
  • The Education Ministry will launch two new Arabic educational channels on TV for secondary and vocational students to watch classes in subjects such as science and math, according to Misr Alan.

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