In a noble gesture, Crown Prince of Ajman has instructed officials at Ajman University to grant a blind Sudanese student, Khalida Hatem Junaid, full scholarship after she scored 98. 93% in her high school exams.
Prof. Platon Alexiou, Dean, College of Architecture, Art and Design said that great achievement reflects Ajman University’s commitment to innovation and creativity, wishing at the same time “All the best, and many more to come.”
The protocol outlines all the conditions and requirements that must be adhered to by establishments conducting the above activities in order to ensure the health and safety of community during pandemic, as part of the steps taken by Government of Ajman to return to normal life.
More than 220 students who graduated from Ajman University were honoured in a one of its kind drive-through Commencement Ceremony. The three-day ceremony to honour graduates with their degrees started on Wednesday.
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The students were recognised as National Winners for their innovative solution against child sexual abuse.
The Jordanian triplet sisters, who achieved 98.5 per cent in their secondary education exams, received the greatest surprise of their lives when Ruler of Ajman ordered full three years scholarships at Ajman University for each of them.
The event will take place from April 27 to 30 and welcomes over 200 students who will leverage Quantum Computing to develop innovative solutions to challenges related to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.