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.