International news - 2008

International recognition for young academic

An international award that recognises outstanding individuals aged between 18 and 40 who have achieved remarkable goals in difficult circumstances has been awarded to Dr Klejda Mulaj, lecturer at the Centre for Ethno-Political Studies / Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies.

30th Anniversary of Gulf Studies

The spirit of new possibilities in the Gulf region forms part of a keynote speech by Professor Tim Niblock at a conference marking the 30th anniversary of the Gulf Studies programme at the Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies, University of Exeter.

Exeter to grow links with China’s elite universities

Discussions are underway between the University of Exeter and Tsinghua, one of China’s top universities, with a view to strengthening relationships and reinforcing educational partnerships.

University of Exeter Business School joins European management elite

The MSc in International Management, provided by the Business School has, for the first time, secured a place in the Financial Times’ highly respected league table.

Arabia in Photographs

Historic photographs of Arabia from the 1930s to the 1990s form part of an exhibition at the University’s Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies (IAIS).

Political links with capital of Bahrain

A delegation of Middle Eastern city councillors from Manama in the Kingdom of Bahrain has visited Exeter to develop links with the city and find out more about public administration and municipal politics.

Exeter climate change professor addresses World Security Forum

On Wednesday (22 October) a leading climate change expert from the University of Exeter addressed the World Security Forum in Abu Dhabi.

University of Exeter Business School joins European management elite

The MSc in International Management, provided by the Business School has, for the first time, secured a place in the Financial Times’ highly respected league table.

Three quarters of a million for Islamic maritime research

A major three-year project to investigate the maritime past of the Red Sea and Arabian-Persian Gulf has been launched by the Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies at the University of Exeter.