UAE students win MS scholarships

Ten high school graduates from Dubai and Abu Dhabi have won scholarships under an IT career development training programme developed by Microsoft and HumanSoft Learning Solutions.

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By  Patrick Phelvin Published  March 16, 2004

Ten high school graduates from Dubai and Abu Dhabi have won scholarships under an IT career development training programme developed by Microsoft and HumanSoft Learning Solutions. The 10 candidates were selected based on the top scores they have received in their final year of high school. The candidates are from different countries in the region and most are now in their final year of college or university. They were presented with the scholarships at a ceremony in Dubai recently. The scholarships support a training program that covers Microsoft official curriculum. The training will take place at a HumanSoft Career Development Centre. The centre has graduated many students and job seekers who are now successful employees in prestigious organisations and multinational companies. “Microsoft has always been committed to the development of individuals not only by providing them with the latest technological advancements but also by educating them on how to use such technologies and applications. In order to fulfill this objective, we will provide any form of assistance to our customers in the region, and will make sure to award all those who deserve to be encouraged,” says Abdullatif Almulla, general manager of Microsoft South Gulf. “Our duty as IT Training and Education providers has dictated on us continuous concern and care to develop and encourage those who perform extremely well in school and college. At HumanSoft, we will make sure to equip scholarship candidates with the best career development skills, which will pave the way for starting a successful IT career and will enrich them with good IT technical knowledge,” says The names of scholarship winners are: Lama Mohammed Khaldoun, Mohammed Mustafa Al Omar, Ban Abdul Elah Al Omar, Osama Bassam Mohammed, Shaden Bassam Mohammed, Fedaa Wasfi Faiez, Hanan Saleh, Huda Najib Abdul Qadir, Husam Mohammed Nour and Amjad Bassam Mohammed.

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