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The University College of Bahrain’s Thirteenth Commencement

posted 4 Nov 2017, 01:39 by UCB Admin   [ updated 4 Nov 2017, 02:17 ]

The University College of Bahrain proudly held its 13th Commencement ceremony for its 2017 graduates, on Wednesday 1st November at the Ritz Carlton Bahrain Hotel. The ceremony was held under the Patronage of the Chairman and Founder,  Dr. Shaikh Khalid Bin Mohammed Al Khalifa.

 Once again a very successful year culminated in 103 graduates comprised of 49 students from Business Administration, 37 from Communications and Multimedia, 9 from Information Technology and 8 MBA Postgraduate students.

 The ceremony featured a keynote address by UCB Executive Chairman, Dr. Shaikh Khalid Bin Mohammed Al Khalifa, who congratulated the students on reaching this important milestone in their lives and reminded them that they are Ambassadors of UCB and their leaning should never stop, and by Professor Salah Emara, President, UCB, who congratulated the students on reaching this fundamental turning point in their academic development. “You should all be extremely proud of yourselves for achieving this important goal” said Professor Emara. This was followed by a speech by Mr. Yusuf Nabeel Ameen, Representative of Graduating Class Of 2017who thanked UCB for giving him the experience to face the challenges in the world. Another student Ms. Sara Nabeel Al Qassimi, Representative from Dr. Khalid Al Khalifa's Scholarship Program and mentioned how she benefitted by getting generous Scholarship throughout her study at UCB. She also expressed her deep gratitude to the Chairman, Dr. Shaikh Khalid Bin Mohammed Al Khalifa and all the staff at UCB for their continuous care and support.

 The Degrees were conferred to the graduates by the Executive Chairman. The ceremony concluded with the National Anthem and a reception.

    

                       
   
                    
      
                   
    
                   
     
                    


                                                                                    
                             
      
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