Alumni

Alumni

Although the ABP is only a one-year program, the time spent with us is nonetheless special and to some students even life changing! The growth in our students is significant. They learn, have new experiences, and gain special memories.

Those special ABP moments do not have to end. The ABP has an Alumni Association. Membership in the Alumni Association allows you to stay in touch with your friends, share your achievements, receive and contribute to the ABP newsletter, mentor current students, and participate in upcoming events and activities.

If you are an ABP alumni, please click here to update your info.

Stories

Dana Al-Dosari
NUQ

Students who perform well at the ABP and meet basic university admission requirements have the opportunity to enter directly into the first year of undergraduate programs at a number of universities. In addition, students interested in joining certain universities in...

Suhaim Al-Qurani
TAMUQ

Students who perform well at the ABP and meet basic university admission requirements have the opportunity to enter directly into the first year of undergraduate programs at a number of universities. In addition, students interested in joining certain universities in...

Sarwar Sultani
Rutgers University

Sarwar Sultani was one of three Afghan students admitted into the ABP in 2006, on a special scholarship from HH Sheikha Moza. Here is his story in his own words: “I joined ABP mainly in order to improve my TOEFL and SAT...

Abdulrahman Al Malki

Abdulrahman Al Malki joined the ABP in August 2012. He says he knew then that the Program would help him develop his academic skills, particularly academic writing, to prepare him effectively for university. While at the ABP, he also significantly increased...

Ahmad Al Kawari

Ahmad Al Kawari is a happy young man. He is enrolled at his dream university, pursuing his dream degree. A former ABP student, he entered the Program in August 2016 and graduated in May 2017 with acceptance letters from both CMU-Q...

Ameena Haroon

“Mutassim made me want to enhance my skills in Excel, and seek more knowledge about programming. Outside of class, I was active in the Debating and Model United Nations clubs because I enjoyed public speaking. I also joined the ABP Newsletter...

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