• Malik Featured in Emirates Business Magazine

    Anjum Malik believes in the power of education and through her work she desires to uplift the stature of women in society. Emirates Business News covered her incredible story. Click here to download the story.

  • European Congress

    The Chamber is honored to announce Anjum Malik’s nomination by the European Commission as an Ambassador of the Polish Network of Women Entrepreneurship Ambassadors.

  • World Learning Summit 2017

    Technologies are changing the face of learning, education and society. Is the future of learning and education open? Is learning and education the last digital frontier in a world of disruption and change? How do we respond?

  • Westbank Scholarship Student Receives National Accolade

    Bara’h Odey, an alumna of the Alhambra-organized Westbank Scholarship program, was a featured speaker at TEDx in Denver. Odey delivered a talk on the conditions in Palestine.

  • Alhambra Partners with STEMconnector®

    The partnership will focus on improving STEM education by encouraging collaboration and identifying, profiling, connecting, and supporting current initiatives and programs.

  • Alhambra Partners with EnviroJordan

    EnviroJordan is a 2-week long enriching study tour with an emphasis on environmental science issues and education, which aims to introduce the region to educators.

  • Alhambra Sponsors 2014 Gulf Education Conference

    The Gulf Education Conference & Exhibition (GECE), now in its fourth year, delivered excellent speakers and up to the minute topics in the education, technology and research sectors.

  • Establishing a Presence in China

    Alhambra has taken its educational activities to one of the world’s most important markets: China. Managing Partner Anjum Malik completed a week-long mission to Shanghai.

  • Seeking Interested Parties for Halal Pharmaceuticals

    Alhambra is seeking parties interested in exploring the opportunities offered by Halal Pharmaceuticals - a significant catalyst for job creation and economic development.

  • Chamber’s Leadership in NY Times: “IB Not Right for Every Student”

    International Baccalaureate (I.B.) programs have benefits but are not the panacea that some advocates proclaim. Indeed, poorly implemented I.B. programs may be worse than no I.B. at all.

  • Alhambra’s Leadership Concludes Trip To Kuwait, Qatar, & United Arab Emirates

    Alhambra has successfully concluded a multi-week trip to the Middle East. Alhambra visited Kuwait, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

  • Alhambra Promotes Fast Track Programs in New Zealand

    Alhambra’s managing partner, Ms. Anjum Malik, traveled to Auckland, New Zealand from September 20th to 25th, 2013, to promote the Fast Track accelerated learning programs.

  • UT Global Initiative Receives Award from Major International Conference

    The Global Initiative for Education and Leadership of the University of Texas at Austin has received an award from the 2013 Gulf Education Conference and Exhibition in London.

  • Alhambra To Forge New Partnership At London Conference

    The Global Initiative for Education and Leadership at The University of Texas at Austin is helping to organize the Gulf Education Conference and Exhibition on June 19-20 in London.

  • Alhambra Co-Hosts 2013 Embassy-University Showcase in Washington

    The Global Initiative for Education and Leadership at The University of Texas at Austin co-hosted the 2013 Higher Education Fair and Embassy-University Showcase on June 25 in Washington. D.C.