Gulf Comparative Education Society
Welcome to the Gulf Comparative Education Society
Founded in 2008, the Gulf Comparative Education Society was formed to enable academic, professional and educational discourse, from a comparative stance, with a focus on the Arabian / Persian Gulf region.
The Gulf Comparative Education Society aims to develop collaborative and individual research and activities that explore educational issues that impact the region.
As the Gulf Comparative Education Society grows, we will be hosting regional meetings, conferences and workshops, as well as launch a newsletter as a way to share research and news among members.
Membership, at a nominal rate, offers access to other members, newsletters, conference and meeting discounts, voting rights, and support for the work of the society, which is a self-funding and non-profit organization.
We would like to invite you to join us and be part of the first, and rapidly developing, society involved in comparative education in the Gulf region!
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Application site: https://jobs.uaeu.ac.ae/search.jsp?action=search#.
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