AGU excels in ‘First national scientific research competition’

SourceBizbahrain
SectorEducation
CountryGulf

The students of the Arabian Gulf University (AGU) excelled in the first national scientific research competition for university students in public, regional and private higher education institutions in the Kingdom of Bahrain. The competition was organised  by the Scientific Research Directorate in the General Secretariat of the Higher Education Council (HEC), in cooperation with the British Council and UK Science and Innovation Network (SIN). The competition witnessed the participation of  around 300 students of both genders representing the different public, regional and private higher education institutions in the Kingdom and is aimed at achieving the goals of the National Research Strategy 2014-2024. In the competition, AGU students were able to win prizes in its various categories, including presentations, research posters and research abstracts.

On the occasion, AGU President Dr Khalid bin Abdulrahman Al Ohaly congratulated the students considering their achievement as a bright indicator of development in the GCC society and a living model that embodies the goals for which AGU was founded, mainly to promote academic research and address the medical dilemmas facing GCC societies. As for the results, Omani student at AGU Ms. Marwa Humood Al Ghadani, won the first place in the research abstracts category, ...read more...