COE students win GCC Robotics Competition’s Local Round

The College of Engineering (COE) students of AMA International University-Bahrain (AMAIUB) won the local round of the Second Joint IET/IEEE GCC Robotics Competition held at the Bahrain Society of Engineers on March 25. The competition consisted of six rounds in which each round is participated in by the representatives of each GCC country. The said competition promoted and demonstrated state-of-the-art technologies in robotics and their applications. The event was also a gathering of the experts and young engineers discussed and advanced recent developments in robotics. Read More +

University officials, faculty attend INQAAHE Conference

Ensuring the quality and continuous improvement of its programmes and strengthening its culture of academic excellence, AMA International University-Bahrain (AMAIUB) participated in the 2017 INQAAHE Conference with the theme, “Between Collaboration and Competition: The Promises and Challenges for Quality Assurance in Higher Education” on February 27 to March 1 at Gulf Hotel, Kingdom of Bahrain. Hosted by Education and Training Quality Authority in the Kingdom of Bahrain (BQA) under the patronage of the Deputy Prime Minister of the Supreme Council for the Development of Education Read More +

4th Research Colloquium held

With the theme, “Towards Innovative Research in Engineering, Information Technology, Business, and General Education”, the 4th AMA International University-Bahrain’s (AMAIUB) Research Colloquium was held on March 18 at the University Auditorium. Under the patronage of Dr. Abdulghani Ali Alshowaik, the Secretary General of the Higher Education Council (HEC), the colloquium aims to bring together dedicated AMAIUB researchers from all disciplines, highlight the scholarly accomplishments of the faculty members, and contribute to the spirit of research and inquiry that defines what it means to be an Read More +

COE faculty, students visit Midal Cable site

With the aim to provide the highest quality of education and services to its students, AMA International University-Bahrain (AMAIUB) continuously implements measures to improve its curricular offerings, systems and procedures through various initiatives which include educational trips. In line with this, the College of Engineering (COE) group, headed by Dean Dr. Husham Ahmed , visited the site of the Midal Cable company on March 14. The COE group, composed of the faculty and the Mechatronics Engineering and Informatics Engineering students listened to a short lecture Read More +

AMAIUB launches it new Vision, Mission, and Corporate Values

AMA International University-Bahrain (AMAIUB) launched its new vision, mission, and corporate values based on its Strategic Plan 2016-2021, which provides the administrators, faculty, staff, students, stakeholders, and the entire academic community a roadmap for the next five years. The University’s new vision, mission, and values were formally introduced during the Vision-Mission Awareness Campaign on February 16, with the theme, “AMAIUB: Reassuring Commitment to Excellence”. AMAIUB’s new vision statement, which articulates its aspirations, is guided by its Strategic Plan. The statement says: AMAIUB’s new vision statement, Read More +

Bahrain Sports Day Celebrated

In the observance of the 1st Annual National Sports Day, AMA International University – Bahrain (AMAIU) celebrated the first-ever Bahrain’s Sports Day on February 7. The half-day event started off with a “warm-up” walkathon which was actively participated in by the AMAIUB academic and non-academic heads, faculty, staff, students, and alumni. This was followed by the various sports competitions, namely: football, basketball, and table tennis which enriched the values of camaraderie and unity among the members of the University community. During the closing program, Mr. Read More +

AMAIUB participates in the World Robot Olympiad Competition in India

World Robot Olympiad is an event for science, technology and education which brings together the young people all over the world to develop their creativity and problem solving skills through challenging and educational robotics competitions. College of Engineering students at AMA International University geared up for the forthcoming World Robot Olympiad (WRO) 2016 in Delhi- India on 25-27 November 2016. The team consists of four students and a coach will represent Bahrain at the WRO. They will compete along with other selected participants from different Read More +

United Nations hold forum at AMAIUB

The United Nations (UN) representatives recently held a forum at AMA International University Bahrain (AMAIUB) to educate the students about various branches of the UN and its provision for educational services and training, as well as opportunities for collaboration in research projects most especially those which are related to the environment and renewable energy. The UN delegates was headed by His Excellency Mr. Amin El Sharkawi, United Nations Resident Coordinator & United Nations Development Programme Resident Representative, together with Mr. Samir Imtair, Acting Director, United Read More +

AMAIUB, Bahrain Young Ladies Association aid family supporting females

In cooperation with the Bahrain Young Ladies Association, AMA International University- Bahrain (AMAIUB) organized a campaign to collect used clothing, bags, and shoes for a recycling project which is intended to aid the family supporting females. The activity provided an opportunity to students, faculty, and staff to take part in voluntary and charity work, become actively involved in the communities, and care more about their society. This noble cause is also in consonance with AMAIUB’s commitment towards the community. The collection of the used items Read More +

University recognizes academic achievers

AMA International University-Bahrain (AMAIUB) has provided tuition fee discounts to a number of students through the implementation of its policies on academic achievers. The University’s Academic Council has set criteria on grants for students who have excelled in their subjects every trimester. The University grants two merits, which are the President’s List and the Dean’s List. The President’s List qualifies a student who obtains an average of 96% and above or A+ with no grade lower than 91 or A. On the other hand, the Read More +