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Prof. Wahib Al Nasser, Vice-president for Planning and Development, inaugurated the program of Medical Physics offered by the Department of Physics of the College of Science on Sakhir campus. Dr. Luma Sakhnini.program's coordinator said that "The program offers a broad knowledge in the applied and basic fields of Physics for the BA graduates as well as it offers job opportunities for the graduates in places like hospitals, clinics, environmental institutions and vocational health centres." She added that the program could qualify the graduates to continue up their higher education in the fields of Medical Physics at prestigious international universities. "The term 'Medical Physics' refers to a branch of physics in medicine, and what this world is witnessing today in the medical diagnostic field and the treatment of organic diseases is the result of the knowledge gained from this scientific field," explained Dr. Sakhnini.

Source: AME Info

  Bahrain 'has Potential to Become Education Hub'

BAHRAIN is strategically suited to become the region's education hub, says a visiting professor.

New York Institute of Technology (NYiT) Middle East executive director Dr Mohammed Hussain said the kingdom is ideal for attracting students from the rest of the region, who would otherwise opt to continue their education outside the Arab world.

"Bahrain is a strategic location to have a campus because it is close to other GCC countries," he said.

"I believe that we can help many Arab students through this campus."

Dr Hussain, whose university is a non-profit organisation with Middle East branches in Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Jordan, said the main reason they decided to have a US learning institute in Bahrain is in order to limit the problems Arab students face while studying abroad.

"The Bahrain campus will also help girls who want a US education but can't travel abroad."

Source: Gulf Daily News

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