Lattakia, SANA- Distinction and Creativity Agency (National Center for Distinguished NCD) celebrated on Wednesday the graduation of the 9th batch of the center’s students at the Arabic Cultural Center in Lattakia. The attendance was limited to the graduates, taking into account the preventive measures taken to contain Coronavirus (COVID-19).
The Agency said in a statement that 55 students were graduated after three years of studying at secondary education stage at the center which worked on promoting the distinction of the students through building their integrated scientific, cultural, social personality and upgrading their skills towards the scientific and cultural distinction.
The agency referred that the graduates are going to continue their study within the academic programs specialized for them in Damascus, Tishreen and Manara universities along with the Higher Institute for the Applied Sciences and Technology (HIAST), including Biomedical Sciences, Laser Science and Technology, Mechatronics, Materials Engineering, Informatics Engineering, Communication Engineering, Aviation Engineering, Electronic System Engineering and Engineering of Robotics and Smart Systems.
The agency said after that, the Academic Programs Department will undertake sponsoring and following up on with the distinguished students at their graduate education outside the country following their graduation form the mentioned universities through contacting universities abroad to secure their registration and follow up on their studies in addition to offering all facilitation.
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