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1000 Students Explore Their Future at the College of Sciences – the University of Sharjah

​21 November 2017



The College of Sciences at the University of Sharjah, in collaboration with the Enrollment Management and Academic Guidance Unit, hosted 1000 students from private schools to offer them an opportunity to explore the scientific disciplines taught at the different departments of the College of Sciences. Prof. El Siddig Ahmed El Mustafa El Sheikh, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, inaugurated the Open Day of the College of Sciences titled "Explore Your Future with Sciences".

The Department of Mathematics presented mind games, questions about mathematical equations, and general information about mathematicians. Also participating, the Computer Science Department displayed videogames aiming at educating about terms and expressions used in computer sciences. The Department of Applied Physics and Astronomy showcased games and ideas in the field of physics, in a simple and creative fashion. The Applied Biology Department demonstrated the method of detecting blood type and DNA type, and shed the light on types of bacteria. The Chemistry Department presented a number of various chemistry experiments. All departments participated in the presentation of the curricula, answered the students' questions, and showcased some of the students' projects in each discipline. The Department of Enrollment Management and Academic Guidance and the Department of Admission participated in overviewing the colleges and offered disciplines at the University of Sharjah, and admission requirements.

Attended the inauguration, Prof. Abdul Majid Merabti, Dean of the College of Sciences, Prof. Ismail Saadoun, Vice Dean of the College of Sciences, Dr. Nadia Farhat, Director of the Enrollment Management and Academic Guidance Unit, and members of the faculty and administrative panel, and students.


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