NAJAH Abu Dhabi to Put Education at Forefront for Visitors

NAJAH, the UAE’s leading Higher Education event, now in its 10th year, is dedicated to helping higher educational institutions connect with students and parents who are at a critical stage in the tough decision-making process of choosing what to study.
 
Supported by the Abu Dhabi Education Council, NAJAH is held twice a year, once in Abu Dhabi and once in Al Ain. The event provides the perfect opportunity for a school student (Grade 10-12), to meet and discuss their future path with over a hundred prestigious local and international colleges and universities from as far reaching as USA, UK, Japan, Malaysia, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, and Hungary. Participating establishments include Middlesex University, Jumeirah University, Western Illinois University, Queens University Belfast and the University of Oxford.
 
The Japan International Cooperation Center (JICE) are once again inviting a number of top Japanese universities to join them under their ‘Japan Pavilion’, and have been actively promoting ‘Study In Japan’ at NAJAH since 2013 to Emirati school leavers.
As part of their education drive, JICE will be hosting a number of interactive activities at NAJAH this year, including a stage with traditional Japanese architecture, onsite staff wearing the Kimono, the traditional Japanese dress, and a showcase of samurai calligraphy.
 
Held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Nahyan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture, Youth & Development, NAJAH is supported by the Abu Dhabi Education Council and the UAE Ministry of Education. NAJAH 2016 expects to see up to 15,000 students and parents and help them connect with opportunities that can change their future.
 
Official sponsors for the fair are Etihad, ALHOSN, Rabdan Academy and Zayed University.
 
More information about NAJAH can be found at www.najahonline.com.

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