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Inspire your students through higher education!
Teachers can provide guidance with the help of experts from universities through Najah, the leading higher education event in the region. Najah helps students and parents get direct access to leading universities worldwide.
Teachers can encourage and guide students and their parents to visit the fair and access variety of infomative NajahTalk sessions, students and parents get the opportunity to interact with leading local and international institutions from across the globe.
"The show has been good because there are a variety of universities exhibiting, local and international. My students have been very keen to talk to exhibitors and the exhibitors have been helpful. We found the country pavillions very good as there are so many international universities in one place"
Haifa, Chemistry Teacher
"This is our first visit to NAJAH. So far, it;s been a good exhibition and we have met many universities. It's great for the students to speak directly with the universities. The exhibition has opened a number of doors for my students and we have collected information on specialised courses, university fees and entry requirements."
Hadeel, School Counsellor
"We visit NAJAH with our grade 12 students every year. It's an extremely important event as it gives the students the opportunity to meet with several universities under one roof. This year, the addition of the seminar area was great, there were some interesting topics covered for teachers and students!"
Jack, Head of Sixth Form
"As a school counsellor, I have been attending NAJAH year on year. This year was particularly interesting as they held a counsellor's forum on the first day, the topics covered included Educating Future Leaders; The Easy Way to Beat Exam Stress; Being the Master of you own Destiny"
Madhu Kumar, School Counsellor