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!