The 3rd SCS
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The Symposium will be held from 21-23 September 2020 at the University of Bahrain, Bahrain (Zain E-Learning Center).
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Zain E-Learning Center
As the national university of the Kingdom of Bahrain, the university has a mandate to lead the nation in terms of human capital development, leading innovation, contributing to economic development and leading society. Technology and the rapidly changing external environment, which is transforming teaching and research, are challenging the traditional view of the university. Students and wider society require year round access to high quality courses and flexible modes of delivery. The economic context of the GCC and challenges that we currently face of growing the private sector are also challenges that the University of Bahrain must respond to through focusing on producing a high quality and skilled workforce and the next generation of leaders. Preregistration and welcome reception will be offered the morning of April the 12th, 2020. The location will be at University of Bahrain, Bahrain (Zain E-Learning Center) in Sukhair Campus. The two days event will run at University of Bahrain Campus. The symposium language is English. Arabic is the official language of Bahrain. English is widely spoken. French and German are also spoken within the tourism industry. VISA: Upon request, the symposium organizers will send you a letter of invitation to obtain a visa.
Bahrain Travel Guide: Key Facts
Area: 760 sq km (293 sq miles).
Population: 1.3 million (2015).
Population density: 1,771.2 per sq km.
220-240 volts AC, 50Hz (Awali, 110 volts AC, 60Hz).
British-style plugs with three square pins are standard.
With a name meaning 'Two Seas' it is little wonder that Bahrain, an archipelago of 33 islands in the Gulf, defines itself in relation to the water that surrounds its shallow shores. Those shallows once harboured a precious trade in pearls; now the same shallows are being reclaimed for ambitious, high profile developments, such as the twin 50-storey towers of Bahrain's World Trade Center and the 2,787,000 sq m (30,000,000 sq ft) horseshoe of man-made islands at the southern tip of the country. In the middle of Bahrain, not far from where the Formula 1 racetrack now draws the crowds, is the point where in 1932 the Arab world first struck gold - black gold, that is - and oil has been the mainstay of the country ever since. As visitors travel the modest length of Bahrain, visiting the ancient burial mounds, forts, craft markets and potteries, they will run into many reminders of this momentous discovery, not least in the relaxed affluence of Bahrain's multicultural residents. Further information can be found at: Bahrain.com.
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