Abu Dhabi: 5 completed Zayed College graduates will obtain Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Larger Training Grant this yr with a view to proceed their research at prime universities.
The Emirates Basis, which administers the grant, introduced the names of the grant recipients on Wednesday.
Launched in 2011, the grant programme goals to allow excellent Emirati college students to pursue their research in strategic fields, together with the fields of schooling and social research, museum and curatorial research, tourism, well being care and public administration, setting and engineering, aeronautics and astronautics, and nuclear engineering.
“This programme, was among the first education grant programmes that specifically focused on encouraging students to purse studies that contribute to the UAE’s sustainable economic development. This year’s grant recipients are outstanding Emirati students and we are looking forward to helping them fulfil their academic goals at the highest level,” stated Ahmed Taleb Al Shamsi, chief government officer on the Emirates Basis.
Among the many recipients is Maryam Al Memari, who is about to pursue a Grasp of Science in Environmental Sciences and Coverage from Johns Hopkins College. Maryam Omar Bin Haider will pursue a Grasp of Science in Public Well being (Psychological Well being) from King’s Faculty London, whereas Alya Sultan Alghfeli will work in the direction of a Masters in Furnishings Design from the Polytechnic College of Milan. Eiman Abdulla Al Messabi has additionally been chosen, and she’s going to pursue a Grasp’s Diploma in Setting: Dynamics of Territories and Societies from Sorbonne College Abu Dhabi, whereas Noora Mohammad Al Hashimi will work in the direction of a Grasp’s Diploma in Medical Psychology on the United Arab Emirates College.
“The Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Higher Education Grant for Zayed University graduates is an important opportunity for graduates wishing to further their studies in various academic disciplines in the most prestigious local and global universities. This will positively impact their skills and will provide them with expertise to support their future scientific and professional careers. This grant is also in line with the wise leadership’s support to young people as it promotes investing in young talent and providing the national economy with qualified cadres,” stated Nagi Wakim, performing provost at Zayed College.
Over the course of a decade, the beneficiant grant programme has enabled 78 Zayed College graduates to proceed their graduate research. Amongst them, 58 have earned Grasp’s levels, and 15 have accomplished their doctorate schooling.
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