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28/11/2018 News

HH Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan meets with Emirati students attending French Universities

HH Sheikh Mohamed visit to French universities

His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, met with the UAE students attending French universities and institutes, during his recent tour to France and the Louvre Museum.

He showed interest in their specializations and academic conditions and fostered them to work hard and make diligent efforts to excel in their studies to contribute in the development of their homeland.

Huda Al Maazmi, a Total UAE sponsored Masters scholar in France, was one of the student that HH Sheikh Mohamed met during this visit.

After meeting the students, he expressed on his twitter account that he was delighted to speak with them, affirming that Emirati youth – both inside and outside the country – are the focus of the leadership’s attention. He continued that he believes education to be the way to the future, and encouraged them to continue their path with greater motivation towards realizing the goals and aspirations of the UAE.

Total in the UAE is proud to support Huda Al Maazmi, a UAE national that received a Total Quai d’Orsay Scholarship to pursue her master in aerospace in Central Lyon. Through this program, more than 50 Emirati students have had the opportunity to undertake bachelors, masters and doctorates in the fields of engineering, business, sciences, law, etc.