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Posted On: 3 November 2011 10:36 am
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:11 pm

Nabil Al Busaidi, first Arab who walked to the magnetic North Pole, visits Stenden University Qatar

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Arab Adventurer Encourages Students at Stenden University Qatar Nabs Al Busaidi encouraged Stenden University students to follow their dreams this week during a presentation held at the university’s campus. The Omani national is the first Arab to walk to the magnetic North Pole and to row across an ocean. Nabs inspired the students with his documentary movie and his talk about his life history, his experiences and his expeditions. Nabs explained how important it is to set goals, be motivated to reach them and never giving up despite of set-backs. His talk also focused on the importance of personal charitable efforts and social responsibility while being successful in life. The presentation was held as part of the International Business Management and International Hospitality program for students who will graduate in February 2012. Currently, Stenden University Qatar designs an extra-curricular program with more high-achieving guest lecturers to come. Stenden University Qatar was part of Nab’s Middle East school tour to raise one million USD for charities chosen by the participating schools. About Stenden Qatar: Stenden Qatar welcomed 50 new students to their internationally accredited study programs for this academic year, totaling in 485 students. Stenden Qatar was established in 2000 and just finished celebrating its 10th anniversary of its campus in Doha, Qatar. Stenden University Qatar delivers internationally accredited four-year bachelor programs in International Business Management, Hospitality and Tourism. All programs are recognized by the Supreme Education Council of Qatar. Stenden Institute Qatar offers tailor-made corporate development programs at individual needs. Stenden’s main campus is located in Leeuwarden, Holland. Branch campuses are in Bali (Indonesia), Rangsit (Thailand) and Port Alfred (South Africa). - ILQ news - Screen Shot 2011-11-03 at 10.33.35.png