AAU concluded the 5th Scientific Competition by coronation “Tawam” and “Ashbal Al Quds”
Al Ain University concluded the Fifth season of the “Scientific Excellence Competition”, which was organized by the Deanship of Student Affairs at Al Ain and Abu Dhabi Campus over three weeks, with a participant of approximately 50 schools.
The Fifth season at Al Ain Campus witnessed a fierce competition among the qualifying schools, where, Tawam Private School occupied the first place, while the second place was for “International Private School” and “Ibn Khaldoun Islamic Private School” got the third place.
On the other hand, at the Abu Dhabi campus, the First place was for “Ashbal Al Quds Secondary Private School”, the second place was for “Emirates Private School”, and the third place was for “Al Wardeya Private School”.
The prizes and certificates were handed during the closing ceremony of the competition, in addition to honoring the teachers who accompanied the students involved throughout the contest period.
Prof. Ghaleb El Refae, AAU President, said that Al Ain University was and still sponsors the talented ones and works in motivating them, since the mission of the university aims to encourage the spirit of competition and challenge and the determination of the students who represent the real addition to the sciences and knowledge.
For her part, Dr. Ibtehal Aburezeq, Dean of Student Affairs, was pleased to host the students from different schools. She added that organizing these kinds of competitions significantly contributes to the development of the students' personalities as well as their mental abilities and cultural thoughts, as well as encouraging them to seek scientific interest.
And, Dr. Hani Al Jarrah, Deputy Dean of Student Affairs, said that hosting of school students will enhance communication between them and AAU, which seeks to encourage students, enhance their culture and disseminate knowledge.
The idea of the competition is to compete among the selected teams from each school by asking a variety of questions in literature, science, arts and technology. Accordingly, the winning teams will be filtered until the finals, eventually determining the winners of the three first places, where, the university has awarded valuable prizes to the winning schools.
The aim of this competition is to support the outstanding students and the dissemination of culture and creativity.