Higher Education announced on 10 UAE scholarships are granted by the American University in Emirates to obtain bachelor and master degrees in a number of scientific and humanity specialties and the submission should be not after 18-6-2017, Director of Relations and Media and Spokesman, Dr. Haider M. J Al-Aboudi said.

Dr. Al-Aboudi added that the American University in the UAE will provide tuition fees for students in the offered specialties by the university after fulfilling the university’s admission requirements for each specialization, the bachelor’s specializations as the following, arts in security and strategic studies, business administration, education, law, computer science and design and master’s specializations as the following, library and information science, diplomacy, security and strategic studies, Business, sports management and sports law.

Dr. Al-Aboudi mentioned that the required conditions for applicants to the bachelor’s degree must not be less than 70%, his\her age (23) years, as well as the required document for the bachelor applicant is the preparatory certificate issued and certified by the Ministry of Education.

 Dr. Al-Aboudi said that the applicant should not be submitted to any postgraduate studies inside Iraq, should be an employee and should be submitted to the conditions of the granted country.

Dr. Al-Aboudi added that the required documents are; nominating letter consisted of his\her name, graduation degree, verification of employment, date of birth, translated graduation certificates of high school and college, suggested Master dissertation research that all should be translated into English Language and three recommendations in English language from recognized faculty members in the same specialty.

Dr. Al-Aboudi called on staff of all Ministries, universities, the Iraqi Council of Medical Specializations and the two bodies, as well as non-employees, to visit the website of the Directorate of Scholarships and Cultural Relations (scrdgate.scrdiraq.gov.iq).

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