The Crown Prince’s International Scholarship Program (CPISP) announced the scholars graduating from university in 2016, bringing the total number of CPISP university graduates to 107.
CPISP Director Dr. Cynthia Gessling expressed the Program’s pride at the academic and professional achievements of its scholars. She affirmed the vision of HRH the Crown Prince, Deputy Supreme Commander, and First Deputy Prime Minister Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa in developing the skills and capabilities of outstanding Bahraini students and launching educational and training programs for youth development.
Dr. Gessling went on to state that among the Program’s distinguishing characteristics is that it supports its scholars in attaining university degrees at the Bachelor’s level, continuing with post-graduate degrees at the Masters and Doctorate level. The Program also provides its scholars with opportunities to develop their professional skills and gain work experience through training and summer internships, and facilitates them with job placement after graduation.
The Program Director congratulated the graduates, wishing them success in their professional careers and future endeavors.
The CPISP 2016 graduating scholars include:
Ali Mohammed Baqeri – Bachelor’s degree in International Relations from Stanford University, USA.
Aysha Ali Alkhaja – Bachelor’s degree in Medicine from University College London, UK.
Jannat Alkhanizi – Bachelor’s degree in Urban Planning, Design and Management from University College London, UK.
Mohamed Juma Alghanami – Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Boston University, USA.
Ola Mohammad Kamal – Dual Bachelor’s degrees in Economics (Statistics) & International Studies (Arabic) from the University of Pennsylvania, USA.
Samir Ismail Khonji – Bachelor’s degree in Physics from Bristol University, UK.
Tameem Ashraf Nada – Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Mathematics from the University of Southern California, USA.
Yasmeen Zainal – Bachelor’s degree in Human Sciences from University College London, UK.
Yousif Farid Dawood Rouben – Dual Bachelor’s degrees in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science and Math from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Yusuf Khaled Abdulwahab – Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Politics from Durham University, UK.
Ameena Ali Alderazi – Master’s degree in Investment and Wealth Management from Imperial College London, UK.
Faeq Nabeel Abdulrahim – Master’s degree in Bustiness Administration from Vanderbilt University, USA.
Abdulla Abdulaal – Doctorate in Economics from School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), UK.
Amal Ahmed Ahmadi – Doctorate in Management, Leadership, Organizations and Behavior from University of Reading, UK.
Dana Mohamed Maki – Doctorate in Physiotherapy for Lower Back Pain from King’s College London, UK.