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A visit by the Bahraini Cultural Advisor to Ain Shams University to discuss ways of cooperation
A visit by the Bahraini Cultural Advisor to Ain Shams University to discuss ways of cooperation

Prof. Mohamed Diaa Zein El Abedeen, President of Ain Shams University, received today Dr. Kholoud Rashid Matar, the cultural advisor to the Kingdom of Bahrain, in Cairo to discuss ways of cooperation and deepening ties and cultural exchange between the two sides.

Prof. Mohamed Diaa stressed the university’s constant keenness to provide all means of care for expatriates through daily and accurate follow-up during the school day and work to integrate them into the various student activities carried out by the university, adding that Bahraini students are distinguished by scientific excellence and moral commitment.

For her part, Dr. Kholoud Matar expressed her happiness and pride in being at Ain Shams University, especially since she is one of the university’s graduates, and her pride in the distinguished educational and academic level achieved by the university, extending her thanks and appreciation to the expatriate administration for their support of the students and working to provide them with the necessary care, in the various colleges of the university, whether housing and care services. health care and quickly completing their procedures, as well as solving any difficulties they may face, whether at the bachelor’s or postgraduate level.

The International Student Department is also keen on the participation of the Bahraini community in all activities held within the university, and added that the largest number of students from the State of Bahrain are studying at the postgraduate level in the College of Commerce.

Prof. Shahira Samir confirmed that the International Student Department is working hard to provide a suitable climate for students coming from all countries and to establish a feeling of familiarity in them and that they are in their second homeland.

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