Bchinn Li (China)
Faculty of Sharia and Islamic Studies at the University of Sharjah
I was not too hopeful about receiving a scholarship from Al Gurg Charity Foundation for
the Faculty of Sharia as the studies are in Arabic which is not my native language. I was
surprised when I was chosen for the student grant. I received tremendous support from Al
Gurg Charity Foundation to improve my level of Arabic and move forward. I would like to thank
the Foundation for giving me this opportunity. It will help me understand the teachings of the
Islam and greatly impact my life when I return to my country.
Jumana Majid Arabie (Palestine)
Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Sharjah
My academic brilliance during high school was much appreciated, but my future
studies would not have progressed, had I not received a scholarship from Al Gurg
Charity Foundation to study at the Faculty of Dentistry. This was an incentive for
me to continue to excel every year. I am serving as head of the department of the
Scientific Society of dental students at the University of Sharjah and also participated
in the organization of the first international conference for dentistry students at
the University of Sharjah and am currently assisting in the organization of the
second international conference. I was also nominated as a member of the Board
of Directors of Dental Students in the Gulf region. I am thankful to Al Gurg Charity
Foundation for their contribution in all my achievements.
Hossam Ali Bayoumi (Egypt)
Faculty of Engineering at the University of Sharjah
Graduate studies were only a dream for me because of the high cost of education. The Almighty
was merciful and my request for a scholarship was approved by the Al Gurg Foundation. I extend
my sincere thanks and gratitude to those who have founded this great organization that fulfilled
my dreams. I hope to God that I can become an individual who is beneficial to society.
Alia Ali Mohsin Hamid (Iran)
Master of Development, Faculty of Economics and Political Science, London
The access to business studies in London is a difficult path which requires academic excellence and economic
support. When my father mentioned this to HE Easa Saleh Al Gurg, we received full support and a scholarship
from Al Gurg Charity Foundation. Due to this, I was able to pursue a Master’s degree in Development from the
Faculty of Economics and Political Science in London.
Thikra Omar Said Musa al-Mahdi (Jordan)
Graphic Design, Ajman University of Science and
Words fall short when expressing my gratitude and appreciation for the
scholarship programme of Al Gurg Charity Foundation and to all those who have
worked hard to ensure the success of this ambitious initiative. The programme
extends a helping hand to support students who are hampered by their
circumstances and are unable to complete university education.
Students of Faculty of Sharia and Islamic Studies at the University of Sharjah