AL BARSHA, UAE
- July 26, 2021
-- UAE's leading higher education institution and the only entrepreneurship-
oriented University has announced to offer a financial bursary for UAE's frontline workers and their immediate families who intend to begin their higher education journey. Medical field professionals and their families are eligible to receive a flat 50% off on the tuition fee as a token of appreciation for all the resilience portrayed during the pandemic. Along with this, the University has made a formal announcement to offer financial aid to all vaccinated residents who are hoping to earn a degree/diploma. All vaccinated students will receive 30%-50% of the financial bursary, depending on the chosen program.
Through this new initiative, Capital aims to instil a sense of responsibility and commend the medical heroes who have showcased extraordinary courage while combating the novel coronavirus. The higher education institution acknowledges and supports its efforts by granting a bursary worth up to AED 15,000. Ranging from undergraduate programs to doctorate, vaccinated individuals can simply present their vaccine card to avail this offer. Capital, known for its business and design programs are also looking at alternative schemes that will further recognize the efforts of medical experts and encourage the vaccination program in the UAE. Apart from this, Capital is welcoming international students from across the globe and offering in-house visa services.
Commenting on the launch of this initiative, Dr Vikas Nand Kumar Batheja, Co-Founder & Director, Capital University College, says, "It is indeed a moment of pride for Capital University College as we could successfully roll out this financial bursary for all the medical field professionals, their immediate family and vaccinated residents. We believe the pandemic has caused a stir in many people's lives, be it morally or financially. This is our way of supporting and emphasizing the notion that - education should not be left compromised. The world requires talented minds and education can certainly be a stepping-stone to transform their professional pathways."
With a similar sentiment, Co-Founder & Director, Dr Sanjay Batheja, Capital University College, states, "This is one of the initiatives which has been in our pipeline for a long period. We are extremely positive and wish nothing but the best for students who will enrol via this scheme. At Capital University College, we strive towards producing managers, C-suite executives and entrepreneurs who will be the future of leading corporations and industries. We look forward to welcoming these individuals into our Capital community."
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