Advisor for Political and Economic Affairs at the Court of the Crown Prince and Board Member and Head of the Financial and Administrative Committee of the Crown Prince’s International Scholarship Program (CPISP) Sh. Mohammed bin Essa Al Khalifa affirmed the importance of developing the talents and abilities of Bahraini youth, pointing to the efforts of the CPISP in providing outstanding Bahraini students the opportunity to study at top international universities and preparing them for the demands of the labor market through training and internships.
Sh. Mohammed made these remarks during a presentation organized by the CPISP at the Court of the Crown Prince for the new scholarship recipients and their parents; where they were briefed by CPISP officials on the Program’s internal policies and procedures, and the academic requirements and expectations of CPISP scholars during their university studies abroad.
Sh. Mohammed congratulated the students on attaining one of the ten CPISP scholarships for 2013 which are awarded on an annual basis to six government school students and four private school students. Sh. Mohammed praised the students’ outstanding academic excellence and performance during the Program’s application and selection training and assessment. He also affirmed the vision of HRH the Crown Prince, Deputy Supreme Commander, and First Deputy Prime Minister Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa in supporting education and training initiatives aimed at developing Bahraini youth. He wished the students a successful experience during their studies abroad and called on them to take advantage of education opportunities and cultural awareness that will contribute to their overall development.
The 2013 group of scholars includes Ahmed Atef Ashour, Ali Mohamed Al-Mubarak, Ebrahim Faisal Al-Haddad, Fatema Abdulhameed Al-Khanaizi, and Walaa Mohamed Al-Khanaizi who will be going to preparatory schools in the US to attain American High School Diplomas before applying for university, and Huda Ali Hasan who will be going to boarding school in the UK to complete her A Levels before applying for university. The scholars also include Khaled Abdulmajeed Abdulkarim going to University of Pennsylvania, Fatema Ramzi Al-Majed going to University of Colarado, Samir Ismail Khonji going to Bristol University, and Yasmeen Isa Zainal going University College London.