Abu-Ghazaleh Delivers Keynote Speech at the Gulf Education London 2012 ...Abu-Ghazaleh will be tackling Higher Education in the Arab World: Challenges and Opportunities in which he will display some of the challenges facing education in the region and provide solutions and future plans
LONDON-------May 27, 2012------- Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, chairman of Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Organization (TAG-Org) and President of the Arab Organization for Quality Assurance in Education (AROQAE) is heading to London to take part in the Gulf Education 2012, a strategic event that will provide substantial opportunities for international businesses in the education sector to create partnerships; and strike up meaningful business agreements with GCC member states.
In his keynote opening speech, Abu-Ghazaleh will be tackling Higher Education in the Arab World: Challenges and Opportunities in which he will display some of the challenges facing education in the region and provide solutions and future plans.
Gulf Education London 2012 brings together some of the best senior level decision makers, key industry education providers and top officials from around the world. Gulf Education Conference and Exhibition will not only be a dynamic two-day event that provides inspiring presentations, tactical 1-2-1 meetings, and learning opportunities, but an excellent platform for generating alliances.
Speakers Include Dr. Jo Beall, Director Education and Society, British Council, UK, Mr. David Lock, Director of International Projects, The Leadership Foundation, UK, Dr. Joanna Newman, Director, UK Higher Education International Unit, Dr. Ali A. Al-Karni, Director General, Arab Bureau of Education for the Gulf States (ABEGS) and HE Prof. Rowaida Al Maaitah, Minister of Higher Education & Scientific Research, Jordan in addition to others.
The event will witness an international exhibition of academic leaders in the field of higher education in addition to expert panel discussions, workshops, private meetings and excellent networking opportunities in an informal atmosphere.