Our Vision To pave learners’ pathways to self-development and endless success.
“Skylark” is a Britain-native bird. It draws attention with its early morning beautiful singing. The British romantic school poet, Percy Shelley (1792–1822) used the Skylark as a title to his renowned poem, “To a Skylark.” For Shelly the Skylark as a bird was symbolic for growth and prosperity of the sciences and humanities during his time. Since then, skylarks have become symbolic for researchers and seekers in quest for knowledge. As the Skylark bird soars to greater heights across the skies’ horizons, the institute too has adopted the Skylark as a metaphor in the hope of reaching greater heights in our contemporary world of teaching and education. Skylark was established in Amman, Jordan on November 3rd, 2011. Skylark as an institution has arrived at the foreground of this metropolis as meeting the educational needs and demands for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
Our focus and areas of interest: The Arab world.
- The Arabian Gulf Region
- Egypt, the Levant, and Yemen
- North Africa