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Ministry of Education supports the UAE’s leading higher education fair! & H.E. Sheikh Nahayan Mabarak Al Nahayan visits Najah Abu Dhabi!



Najah Abu Dhabi continues with its second day of its 16th addition at ADNEC, addressing the needs of high school and postgraduate students from across the UAE.

After a resounding success on its first day, Najah Abu Dhabi, the UAE’s leading higher education fair supported by the Ministry of Education, was graced by H.E. Sheikh Nahayan Mabarak Al Nahayan, Cabinet Member and Minister of Tolerance and Coexistence. The ribbon-cutting ceremony was also attended by H.E. Dr Ahmad Belhoul Al Falasi, the Minister of Education in the UAE; H.E. Akio Isomata, Ambassador of Japan to the UAE; and ambassadors and senior representatives of participating countries. Taking place in Halls 7 and 8 at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) until 18 October with another leg from 23-25 October in Hall 4 at Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC), Najah has been dedicated to providing students and parents with the most important tools and knowledge they need when curating their higher education journey.

H.E. Dr Ahmad Belhoul Al Falasi, UAE Minister of Education, highlighted that the UAE, under the directives of its wise leadership, embraces a strategic vision to sustain the future and quality of education. It also devotes its efforts to spreading knowledge and global educational models to build an educated and creative generation, in line with the national strategy to prepare the UAE for the next 50 years through innovation, leadership, competitiveness, and a knowledge-based economy according to the best international practices.

Najah has been dedicated to providing students and parents with the most important tools and knowledge they need when curating their higher education journey.

For high school or postgraduate students looking to venture into academic research, Najah has partnered with Emirates Scholar Research Centre, a platform where like-minded users with similar interests in data, experiments, theories, and journals can connect and can get their work published or even funded.

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Emirates Scholar Research Center takes part of the Success Hub at Najah Abu Dhabi



Najah Abu Dhabi continues with its second day of its 16th addition at ADNEC, addressing the needs of high school and postgraduate students from across the UAE.

This year, Najah is returned with its new feature, The Success Hub, which is built to inspire and empower prospective students with the knowledge and tools they need to carve their individual university path. An interesting line-up of topics such as breaking down the Ivy League, choosing one’s dream university, preparing for interviews, acing applications, getting a scholarship or even a side hustle, and honing public speaking skills, to name a few, will be discussed through a set of panel discussions, workshops, and keynote speeches.

The second day of the exhibition witnessed several different topics at the Success Hub. Dr. Fawaz Habbal, the CEO of Emirates Scholar Research Center, during his speech, explained the role of the Emirates Scholar Research Center and its impact on the practical field. And how it works as an integrated virtual scientist specialized and directed to scientific research services. He pointed out that innovation and creativity are the foundations on which the UAE was built to consolidate its global position among developed countries.

At the end of his speech, he stressed the importance of Najah for giving the opportunity for its visitors to learn about scholarship opportunities, admissions, study abroad, and alumni experiences among many other important topics to help them in making the crucial decision of where and what to study.

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Emirates Scholar Research Center announces the launching of its Mobile Application at Najah Abu Dhabi



The 16th edition of the Najah Abu Dhabi Exhibition 2022, the largest education fair in the UAE, kicked off on Sunday October 16 and will run until October 18.

Emirates Scholar Research Center, along with More than 100 universities from over 20 countries have gathered at a higher education fair in the UAE capital to guide prospective university students and their parents in curating their higher education journey.

Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre welcomed thousands of students where they had the opportunity to learn about topics like research, scholarships, admissions and future career paths. The exhibition provided a strong platform for students to meet with leading higher education institutions from around the world, including UAE, USA, Canada, UK, Australia, France, Spain, Italy and more.

Emirates Scholar Research Center was excited to announce the launching of its mobile application on this day! We’ve not only rebuilt the new Flagship app from scratch, but we have taken everything you love and more to develop a mobile experience that is more intuitive, smarter and dramatically simplifies your experience.

Emirates Scholar Research Center is committed to helping UAE-based students achieve their scientific vision. Those who are visiting the exhibition will have the chance to discover what’s possible in the research world today – and get up to 5,000 USD as research fund!

For faculty members, postgraduate students, or researchers aiming to advance their academic research skills, Emirates Scholar Research Centre is looking forward to see you all in the remaining days in Abu Dhabi, to learn more about the opportunities and the benefits, and connecting scholars with like-minded users, allowing them to seek knowledge through networking and studying.

It also gives them free access to all research directories as well, and will allow them to publish their manuscripts in refereed and indexed journals – or even get it funded for further developments.

Designed for school counsellors and educators, there will also be a School Counsellors Forum. The forum will dissect various higher education topics and trends, creating valuable networking and learning opportunities from some of the top names in the industry.

The fun of engaging with friends and colleagues is a huge part of the education journey – building synergy and chemistry along the way. Whether competitive or collaborative, the Board Games Club, a first time ever feature, will develop critical thinking, problem solving, analytical skills, time management and many more essentials that will contribute to future success.

One of the participating UAE institutions, Abu Dhabi University’s (ADU), is showcasing its diverse academic programs, scholarships and other key initiatives during its participation.

The university is previewing its attained accreditations and achievements across the education sector, including the latest ranking where it came in third place amongst other higher education institutions in the country.

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ESRC announces the granting of 500,000 AED Scholarship at Najah 2022!



After its success in Abu Dhabi last week, and with 14,207 visitors, Najah continues in Dubai.

H.E. Mr. Butti Saeed Al Ghandi, Vice-Chairman of Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) officially opened Najah Dubai, the UAE’s leading higher education fair. Taking place in Hall 4 at DWTC. Students and parents are urged to take advantage of this last chance to access the wealth of knowledge and resources provided by the more than 80 participating universities and exhibitors from more than 15 different countries at the event.

Najah makes sure that students have access to the tools they need to help them plan their higher education journey, including information on admissions, counseling, scholarship opportunities, study abroad options, alumni experiences, and more. This comes after last week's successful Abu Dhabi leg, which attracted 14,207 unique visitors. Parents and students who attended the fair's Abu Dhabi edition last week attested to how important it was in helping them make decisions about which university to go for their higher education.

Emirates Scholar Research Center found this as huge opportunity to target and encourage students, researchers, and scholars, to write academic research, as following the vision of UAE for the next 50 years in supporting Scientific Research in the country.

Najah 2022 was a huge opportunity for Emirates Scholar Research Center to support the future generation in achieving their career success, which was one of the key initiatives during its participation. Emirates Scholar Reseearch Center announced its contribution to the young talents by granting up to 500,000 AED scholarship for the academic year 2022-2023!

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The president of Emirates Scholar Research Center, Dr. Firas Habbal, took part of Najah’s Success Hub!



The second day of Najah Dubai's 16th extension at the Dubai World Trade Center continues to serve the needs of high school and postgraduate students from across the UAE. This year, Najah is back with a brand-new feature called The Success Hub that was created to inspire and equip prospective students with the information and resources they need to forge their own academic paths. Through a series of panel discussions, workshops, and keynote speeches, a variety of intriguing subjects will be covered, including deconstructing the Ivy League, selecting one's dream university, preparing for interviews, acing applications, getting a scholarship or even a side gig, and honing public speaking abilities, to name a few. The Success Hub hosted several different discussions on the second day of the exhibition. In his lecture, Dr. Firas Habbal, president of the Emirates Scholar Research Center, described the center's mission and how it affects the real world. And how it functions as a virtual scientist that is integrated and focused on providing services for scientific research. He emphasized the value of Najah's potential for visitors to learn about scholarship opportunities, admissions, study abroad, and alumni experiences, among many other critical issues, to aid students in making the important decision of where and what to study when he concluded his address.

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