During the foundation’s three-day Saudi National Day celebrations. King Abdulaziz and his Companions Foundation for Giftedness. Also Creativity (Mawhiba) awarded 3,000 scholarships to students.
The educational and training scholarships, which cover a wide range of scientific fields. In addition are part of Mawhiba’s three-day photography exhibition. “A home for every talent… a storey for every passion,”. Which is being took care at Granada Mall in Riyadh. However it is under the patronage of Dr. Saud bin Saeed Al-Mutahmi, the foundation’s secretary-general.
Mawhiba students in the Kingdom have won major international honors. Which includes 453 international awards in scientific contests and 83 awards in the International Science and Engineering Fair. The world’s most prestigious scientific competition.
Students got scholarships in collaboration with the Ministry of Education
After finishing their program, students received scholarships in collaboration with the Ministry of Education. For certain pupils, the average time spent training and following up with them. In addition from identifying their potential to participating at an international level, has exceeded 7,000 hours.
In an official statement, Mawhiba said. “The exhibition, which has seen a high turnout of visitors from various segments of society. Also chose to replace regular gifts and prizes by gifting participants opportunities to improve their future. Also to raise the quality of their lives, and work with them to properly develop and guide their children’s talents.”
The 91-picture exhibition chronicled the path of some of Saudi Arabia’s most brilliant individuals. Which is from scouting to winning prizes and the empowering of outstanding students in Saudi Arabian universities.
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There were three sections to the Mawhiba exhibition. The first is a picture exhibition for students who have placed first or second in local and international contests.
The second is an interactive theatre that features general competitions, a variety of questions, and free scientific scholarships. The third was a children’s event which had a title “I am a talent,”. Which featured creative thinking exercises, a drawing competition about the Kingdom. Also documentaries by Mawhiba and its programs.
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