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Ministry to assist scholarship students
BY RASHA JAMAL August 08, 2018
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DUBAI: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MOFA) stated that the diplomatic missions would provide scholarships students with 10 basic services.

The ministry stressed on the necessity for the students to enroll in the service of “Twajudi”.

It also stated the services provided includes registration of student in the country of residence, updating their data regularly, providing guidance and advising them regarding the laws and regulations of the country they are studying in and to follow-up with them to provide assistance. MOFA explained that the diplomatic missions are responsible for following-up with the student’s academic file and his achievements, and will also communicate with the parties that sent students for study if needed.

The ministry stressed the need that the ones who send the students for studying should communicate with the MOFA approvals and must work on the preparatory procedures within less than ten working days before the arrival of the student. This, according to MOFA can be directed via a written message or an e-mail, which should contain the name of the student, his contact information, the name and address of the university or educational centre in which the student will be enrolled.

After receiving the information, the embassy will reportedly send the student a complete file via e-mail containing the important information which will facilitate his stay in the country of residence.

The ministry stressed that the students should immediately communicate with the diplomatic mission to register their respective data from the country of residence and provide the embassy with their emergency contact details, and so on.

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