Arabian Gulf University
جامعة الخليج العربي
About the institution
The Arabian Gulf University (AGU) was established in 1979 in the Kingdom of Bahrain to support the human development needs of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries and address the socioeconomic challenges facing the region. The university devotes itself to offering modern and innovative academic and research programs built on the belief that university and higher education are crucial in equipping the GCC society with the knowledge and skills needed to be competitive in the global economy. The AGU’s mission is to prepare health cadres with global competencies that meet the needs of individuals, families, and communities in the Arab Gulf states, conduct research addressing their health priorities, provide them with strategic studies and consultations, and build regional and global partnerships.
Prof. Dr. Ahmed M. Abdulla Alabbasi
Chairperson of the Department of Gifted Education and Director and Co-Founder of the Medical Students Gifted and Talented Program
Type of partnership
Mentee nominating, mentor nominating