5 students from Saudi Arabia who are now studying at Shibaura Institute of Technology (SIT) have been awarded from The Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia Cultural Office in Japan on having an outstanding GPA.
The awardees are certified among the government-sponsored foreign students who received 3.4 or higher GPA in undergraduate, or with 3.55 or higher GPA in the Master's degree in the second semester (Fall 2017).
9 students were awarded at this occasion and it is a great honor that 5 belong to SIT.
Here are some comments of the awardees.
Comments of the Awardees
KAHIL MUSTAFA JAMAL S (2nd year in Global course of Engineering and Science)
My love for technology is what leaded me to Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan.
I am aiming to transfers all the knowledge that I have learned here to Saudi Arabia once I graduated from the Global course of Engineering and Science with a Master's degree.
I would like to thank the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Japan for honoring me with this reward, and of course I would like to thank Shibaura Institute of Technology specially Professor Eiji Kamioka for his guidance that let me to achieve this reward.
ALHARBI FAHAD ABDULKARIM D (2nd year in Global course of Engineering and Science)
I would like to thank the government of Saudi Arabia for giving me this opportunity to study in SIT.
I also would like to thank the staff of SIT and especially my supervisor Professor Kamioka for helping me achieve this recognition reward.
ALHARBI ABRAR ABDULAH D (2nd year in Global course of Engineering and Science)
I want to express my sincere appreciation and thanks to the Saudi government for recognizing me with this Award which I am truly honored to receive it.
Also, I would like to thank SIT for giving me the chance to study and express my potential to be able to achieve this award.
ATTAR GHADEER ABDULWASI M (2nd year in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science)
My passions are in the field of Information Science and Human Computer Interaction. I am hoping to combine these two and create easy-to-use, meaningful technologies for diverse populations. I will continue learning and developing my skills in order to achieve my goals in the future. In addition, regardless of what I choose to do I will make sure to do something that will make me happy and to be satisfied with my decisions, and most of all to be able to live up to the expectations I have for myself.
ALHARBI FAHAD MOHAMMED S (1st year in Mechanical Engineering)
I am honored to receive this award from the embassy of Saudi Arabia. I would like to thank my family for motivating me to work hard, SIT for giving me the opportunity to study at an excellent university and Saudi Cultural mission for sponsoring and giving me the chance to study in Japan. My goal as an Engineer is to make life better for society and play a part in my country’s Vision 2030.