Bahrain’s Cultural Office in the US Called on Bahraini Students to Leave Florida Immediately
Cultural Attaché at the Bahrain Embassy in the United States called on all Bahraini students in Florida, specifically in Miami and neighboring areas, to evacuate and move to safe areas with alert and caution.
University of Bahrain to Receive 30,000 Students this Year
The University of Bahrain announced that it is concluding its preparations for the academic year, which will begin on Sunday, September 17, 2017.
BHRS: We Received 75 Complaints Over Scholarships and Contacted Higher Authorities
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): The Bahrain Human Rights Society (BHRS) said it received 75 complaints regarding the results of the study abroad and regular scholarships for the scholastic year 2014/2015.
Because She's Shiite: Scholarship of Fatima (99% GPA) Goes to Another with 90%
Fatima forced herself to stay home all the time over the past three years so that she could study and achieve grades that would qualify her to get a scholarship to study medicine abroad. She; however, was punished because she belongs to a religious sect deemed the enemy in the eyes of the repressive regime in Bahrain.
"Massacre" of Scholarships Destroys Ambitions of Shiite Youths: Top Students with 99% Ranks without Scholarships
As simple as that, Bahrain’s Education Minister, Majid Al-Nuaimi, crushed the dreams of dozens of top students who were striving to achieve an education opportunity that they will never have.
When Prison Is Salvation: Mustafa Mohammad Ali Radi’s Story, the Student Who Graduated with a 98.7% Rank Turns Himself In
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): To be free, Mustafa has chosen prison. He walked there with his head held high and behind the bars of the police station he waved his high school graduation certificate: Honors student but heading to prison!
Wa’ad Calls for the Release of Student Detained by Bahraini Authorities
Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain's National Democratic Action Society "Wa’ad" called on the Bahraini authorities to release the prisoner of conscience, student Mohammad Ali.