Dubai’s Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) has announced the third Mohammed bin Rashid Distinguished Students Programme, which offers over 100 scholarships for Emirati students throughout their academic life. So far, the programme has provided scholarships for 314 students.
The programme aims to prepare young Emiratis and equip them with the skills needed to achieve success and excellence through innovative, smart, and positive educational methods.
Fatma Al Marri, CEO for Development of Emirati Student Education Programmes at KHDA, explained: “The scholarship programme provides a stepping-stone to better opportunities in life. Our Emirati students thrive and flourish in environments that enable them to widen their horizons. Together with strategic partnerships, we want to make every effort to provide the best quality education for young learners in Dubai.”
Al Marri called on Emirati parents to benefit from the scholarships and enroll their children in schools rated ‘good’ or better by KHDA. She also lauded the efforts of public and private sector partners supporting the programme.