St Christopher’s students win top scholarships
Manama, May 13, 2012
Two graduating students from Bahrain's St Christopher’s School have been awarded the Crown Prince’s International Scholarship Programme (CPISP).
CPISP was established in 1999 by HRH the Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander, Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, with the aim of providing Bahrain’s brightest, most talented and outstanding youth an opportunity to study at top international universities and colleges.
It provides 10 fully funded scholarships each year, including all fees, travel and living expenses, to top secondary school students who prove they have the ability, initiative, and commitment to be the leaders of tomorrow.
Tameen Nada will study economics and mathematics at the University of Southern California, in US, and Dana Saeed will study medicine in Dublin, Ireland. – TradeArabia News Service
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