The Qatar Education Above All Foundation, with the support of the Qatar Fund for Development, has decided to provide 800 scholarships to Jordanian youth, Syrian and Palestinian refugees in Jordan so that they can complete their higher education at the diploma and undergraduate level in the next four. Years
In a statement on Tuesday, the foundation said it would provide the grant through the Qatar Scholarship Program and in partnership with Jordan’s Luminous Technical University College, in addition to another partnership agreement with the American University of Beirut, to help 400 Lebanese youth. And refugees who are socially and economically backward in their search for scholarships. A university degree in Lebanon.
The Qatar Scholarship Program will serve Jordanian, Lebanese, Palestinian and Syrian youth, as it provides them with quality education, student support services and opportunities for civic participation. This will enable them to participate in outdoor events such as conferences and workshops. , And open up job opportunities with Qatari educational institutions and organizations, as well as selecting the best students from both universities to study at some of Qatar’s leading universities.
Khalifa Jassim al-Quari, director of the fund, said that supporting quality education is at the forefront of human development for the world community, noting that supporting quality education enables young people to build a society capable of achieving justice, peace and development. Note that the scholarships provided to the refugee youth will enable them to expand their knowledge and gain experience to build a brighter future for them and their community.
For its part, Fahad Al-Sulaiti of the Education Above All Foundation reaffirmed the institution’s commitment to increasing educational opportunities despite the many challenges the world currently faces, especially for students from weaker and marginalized backgrounds, noting that Jordan faces complex challenges. From the economic impact of the epidemic. COVID-19 ”, and the ongoing refugee crisis, when Lebanon is plagued by epidemics as well as the world’s largest per capita refugee population.
He added, “Through this new partnership, the Foundation’s goal is to enable the next generation of students from countries in the region to continue their education despite all the challenges.”
According to the statement, Ibrahim Al-Safadi, Founder and CEO of Luminous Education Foundation, explained that their goal is to help students improve their quality of life, provide them with the tools they need to build a better future, and Strives to provide technical and practical education and is supported by technology and advanced with practical experience to facilitate their transformation in their careers.
And he points out that this partnership with Qatar’s Education Above All Foundation’s Qatar Scholarship Program will help reach out to young people, giving them a better chance of shaping a better future.