Our aspiring future delegates, envoys and ambassadors that have graduated today, must carry with them essential principles, to not only succeed as world-class diplomats, but to also protect the eminent reputation of the UAE. These principles are integrity, transparency, and loyalty to their homeland."
The “Safety Ambassadors Council” has visited 25 public and private schools to familiarise students and academic staff with the safety ambassadors programme, which aims to raise the awareness of children on their rights and protect them against harm, abuse and violence.
Khawla Abdul Rahman Bin Hadda confirmed that the scholarship programmes for outstanding Emirati male and female students come within the framework of the directives of His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, to support outstanding students, especially national service graduates.
Innovative educator, Ajman University reveals the schedule for forthcoming drive-through commencement ceremony. A key highlight of the commencement ceremony will be a laser show celebrating the glorious history and achievements of the UAE.
Sheikh Sultan welcomed the members of the Board of Trustees who were chosen based on their great experience in the field of education, management and development of educational institutions and academies.
The higher education institution acknowledges and supports its efforts by granting a bursary worth up to Dhs15,000. Ranging from undergraduate programmes to doctorate, vaccinated individuals can simply present their vaccine card to avail this offer.
AWS Academy brings together higher education institutions, students, and industry leaders to address the cloud skills gap and meet the need for thousands of new cloud computing professionals.
Regardless of the age group or vaccination status, the updated procedures require all students of private schools and Charter School, including students of determination, to submit a negative test result with a validity period of no more than 14 days to be able to enter school on the first day of the new school year. The same procedures apply to teachers, administrators and third-party contractors.
The Adek policies include reopening play areas for students, resuming school canteen services in full, in addition to physical education programmes and extracurricular activities with adherence to precautionary measures.
The competition was organised by the International Foundation for Arts and Culture in Tokyo, Japan, and joined by 600 students from 35 countries of the world. Shahd surpassed the 600 participants with four paintings.