Posted on August 10, 2017

Around 300 Qatari students graduated this year from different British universities including the universities of Liverpool, John Morris University, Nottingham, University of Huddersfield, London Arts, Bangor and Coventry.

In press statements, the students praised the attention the state paid to them and to science and education. They expressed pleasure over their graduation and stressed their willingness to contribute to the renaissance of the country and its development under the wise leadership of Emir H H Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani. Graduates took advantage of the graduation ceremony to reassure their loyalty and pledge to the Emir and the homeland. Qatari flags were fluttering during the graduation events that took place in different universities in the United Kingdom.

The Qatari Cultural Attache in Britain, Dr Mohammed Abdullah Al Kaabi, praised graduates for their efforts, and hailed the support of the State of Qatar to scholarship students. “Our full loyalty is to H H Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani who invested in education of Qatari youth and we are commtted to serving our nation,” said Hamid Al Mulla, one of of twenty-five students who graduated from Liverpool John Morris University. Mohammed Al Kubaisi, who graduated from University of Huddersfield, and is among a batch of 40 students, said “we reassure our vow to the nation and its leader HH Sheikh Tamim and we are going to play our role in the renaissance of the country.”

source: The Peninsula

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