Ibrahim Abdel Latif Al-Sailis (19 years old), sent by the Ministry of Education to the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom, chose to study a Bachelor’s degree in “Politics and International Relations” because of his passion for the political field and his desire to hone his skills that he acquired by participating in several activities, including his membership in Sharjah Children’s Shura Council and Sharjah Youth Council, in addition to participating in the UAE delegation to the United Nations Youth Meeting in New York in 2018.
On his specialization in "politics and international relations", Al-Sulais, a student in the second year, says: "Politics is a broad specialty that includes several sub-disciplines such as political theories, comparative politics, political analysis, political systems, political behavior, and the history of political thought. As for (international relations), it is one of the branches of politics that focuses not only on the political relations that bind states, but also includes economic, social, cultural and historical ties that bind states to each other.
On the experience of alienation, al-Salais mentioned that it is «a school that teaches the scholarship self-reliance and independence and contributes to refining his personality in a way that positively affects his future decisions. It is also an experience that added a lot to me, as it improved my English and made me face challenges in a spirit of determination and persistence. ”
Al-Salais is keen to participate in various events, "whether those held by the Emirati student community in Nottingham, or those held by Arab student societies in the United Kingdom." And events held by the state embassy and consulate ».
Al-Salis had won two educational awards, namely: “Sharjah Award for Educational Excellence and Excellence in 2017,” and the Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Award for Excellence in Educational Performance 2018. He also obtained a certificate of excellence from the Sharjah Educational Zone Administration for the 2015-2016 period.
In addition to many successful local participants, such as membership of the Sharjah Children’s Shura Council for two sessions (12-13), and the membership of Sharjah Youth Council in its sixth session.
The charity caravan charity 2016/2017 campaign and the school’s student behavior management committee to resolve all student disputes in the same period participated in the school project, during his chairmanship of the Student Council.
Al-Sailis has a distinguished experience with the presentation, as he succeeded in “presenting the Little Minstrel Sharjah program over three seasons 2015-2017, presenting the press conference for the 2014 Sharjah Children Biennial, and presenting the hidden answer program that was shown on the same channel throughout the holy month of Ramadan 2015. ».
In 2017, Al-Salis won the seventh place in the Arab Reading Challenge competition at the level of the Emirate of Sharjah, and the first place in the public speaking competition of the “We Are All Khalifa” cultural festival in Sharjah. He won second place in my competition: the young writer organized by the Dubai Society for Juvenile Awareness and Care in 2009, and the short story in the first club race for culture and arts in Sharjah in 2012. Al-Salis won the third place in the poetry competition organized by the Department of Children's Centers in Sharjah in 2014.
The young citizen, Ibrahim Abdel-Latif Al-Sulais, who is expected to graduate in 2022, spends his free time with the alienation in developing himself by reading the books related to his specialty such as books dealing with American policy and Middle Eastern politics. And those that talk about contemporary issues, war and power. He wrote history, especially Arab history and the history of the Arabian Peninsula. He also reads in various articles and various topics such as psychology, self-development, history, novel and poetry.
Al - Salis has succeeded in presenting the Sharjah Minstrel Program for three seasons.
He participated in the UAE delegation to the United Nations Youth Meeting in New York City in 2018.