To help students choose the university major
"Educational success" launches an electronic platform
The new platform includes a group of the best educational destinations in the UAE and the world.
The Abu Dhabi Success Exhibition, which is specialized in the field of higher education in the country, announced the launch of the first electronic educational platform of its kind in the Middle East and the Gulf Cooperation Council countries, to help high school and postgraduate students to choose the local and international universities that are best suited to them, and to know the admission opportunities and mechanisms for obtaining On scholarships in various countries of the world.
The online platform "Success Connect" will be available, throughout the year, to students and parents.
It aims to provide the opportunity to explore educational opportunities in leading universities regionally and internationally, through a fully virtual experience, where students are allowed to exchange conversations with admission directors through “remote” meetings, and individual meetings through chats and video calls, during which specialists provide advice on methods of admission and university life And how to obtain study visas, and university scholarships, to allow them to compare different universities, and choose the most suitable for their academic and professional ambition in the future.
The new platform includes a group of the best educational destinations in the UAE and around the world in Australia, Canada, Germany, Hungary, Japan, Malaysia, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States of America, and other countries that have a strong reputation for their educational institutions.
The online platform also provides a group of lectures and forums called "Najah Talk", which will represent an important source of information about universities and admission methods in them, in addition to future career options and better job opportunities, through live sessions, the first of which will start on September 28.
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