The Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority has announced the opening of registration for the scholarship program for outstanding high school students studying at Sharjah University and Sharjah American University, starting yesterday, August 31, 2021.
Khawla bin Haddah, head of the scholarship department, confirmed that the scholarship programs for outstanding emirate male and female students fall within the framework of the directives of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, a member of the Supreme Council and the ruler of Sharjah. Supporting outstanding students, reducing the burden of education on families, and consolidating the efforts of government agencies, departments and institutions to provide the best education opportunities that contribute to building a capable national cadre to meet the demands of the labor market, especially technical disciplines.
He said the authorities provide scholarships and support and support outstanding students, considering that outstanding education is the best investment and one of the most important foundations on which sustainable development depends. Provides opportunities for outstanding students and scientific training in various departments and projects of the authorities.
He explained that applications would only be accepted through the authority’s website, and that students wishing to apply could find the documents required for the scholarship through the authority’s website and ask for any information about the scholarship via e-mail. [email protected] Or to the following numbers: 065026533 or 065021639.
He indicated that the Commission would examine the applications for scholarships for the year 2021-2022 with the knowledge of a special committee as per the special conditions announced by the Commission, which would include 85% or the percentage prescribed for secondary certificates. A study of the social and financial condition of the parent above and on the basis of the documents and papers submitted by the student and according to the requirements of the labor market.