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AGU Honours 226 Outstanding Students in the CMMS

Manama – Arabian Gulf University: The Deanship of Students Affairs at the Arabian Gulf University (AGU) organised a ceremony to honour outstanding students from the College of Medicine and Medical Sciences (CMMS) for the academic year 2022/2023. The aim was to encourage and appreciate their academic excellence and scientific dedication.

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The event took place at the Princess Al Jawhara Al Ibrahim Centre, where 226 students were recognised, with 80 receiving first-class honours and 146 receiving second-class honours.

During the ceremony, His Excellency Dr Saad bin Saud Al Fuhaid, President of AGU, commended the generous care and support provided by the leaders of the GCC countries. He emphasised that investing in the talents of individuals and developing the educational system was key for the renaissance and progress of the region. The President also praised the students for their outstanding contributions to the medical profession in the GCC countries and assured them of the university's continued support and encouragement.

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AGU has launched numerous initiatives to support talent, excellence and innovation, including a special programme to develop the capacities of gifted students in the CMMS. The ceremony was attended by students, faculty members and parents, who witnessed the awarding of certificates of appreciation and gifts to the outstanding students.

The event demonstrates the university's vision of developing highly skilled medical professionals capable of delivering high-quality healthcare. Since its establishment in 1980, AGU has produced over 4,000 doctors, both male and female, who have become leaders within the medical profession across the Cooperation Council countries.​