INJAZ Bahrain virtually held the inaugural edition of its Annual University Fair, giving high school and postgraduate students the opportunity to explore and connect with universities in Bahrain.
The three-day event, hosted on Zoom, saw the participation of 1,000 students as they met with 15 universities which included Ahlia University , AMA International University of Bahrain, American University of Bahrain, Applied Science University, Arab Open University, Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance (BIBF), Bahrain Polytechnic, Bahrain Training Institute, Gulf University, Kingdom University, Royal College of surgeons in Ireland (RSCI), Royal University for Women, The British University of Bahrain, University College of Bahrain and University of Bahrain.
The university fair was launched with the purpose of connecting prospective students in high school and those who wish to complete their postgraduate studies with Bahrain’s diverse lineup of universities in a platform to facilitate discussion. Each of the participating universities had an allotted time slot of one hour to introduce their institution to the students as well as discuss available programs, tuition fees, admission requirements and concluded with a Q+A session.
Ms. Hana Sarwani, Executive Director of INJAZ Bahrain commented on the success of the fair saying:
“We are proud that the first edition of our virtual University Fair was a resounding success, achieving its mission of connecting students with universities as they continue on their educational journeys. INJAZ Bahrain is dedicated to its purpose of empowering students through every stage of their educational and early professional aspirations, and providing them with the platform, opportunities and mentorship needed to achieve their goals. Bahrain’s impressive lineup of higher learning educational institutions offers students quality choices of enriching options, and we are thrilled to have them join us in this new initiative directly facilitating dialogue, connection, knowledge sharing and discussion.”