Law Scholarships Awarded to 40 UAE Nationals

DUBAI — EDAAD, a scholarship programme pioneered by His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, announced that a total of 40 students have been selected to be granted scholarships to 
take up law studies at the Saint Joseph University (USJ) in Dubai.

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Published: Mon 6 Oct 2008, 10:25 PM

Last updated: Sun 5 Apr 2015, 7:28 PM

These selected scholars are part of a pioneering batch of 93 students under the Faculty of Law of the USJ Dubai Campus.

EDAAD has partnered with USJ Dubai to provide scholarship grants for those UAE nationals who want to pursue legal profession in future.

The USJ law programme, which will use Arabic as the primary medium of instruction, has been customised to meet the unique cultural requirements of the UAE, offering students an exclusive opportunity to obtain a distinguished certificate in law without having to leave the country and study abroad.

Adel Al Shared, Director of EDAAD said, “The new scholars successfully hurdled the rigorous evaluation process, which was designed to determine the capabilities and the potential of the students who aspire to become leaders of the judicial system.

As such, we are confident that this new batch of selected scholars have the required qualities to achieve academic excellence and eventually become distinguished personalities in the legal profession”.

Students who have been selected for the scholarship programme have expressed their gratitude towards EDAAD.

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