Makassed Students Excel in Official Exams
Without surprise, Makassed students obtained excellent grades in this year’s official exams, with education being a fundamental pillar of Makassed Philanthropic Islamic Association in Beirut, and with its Education Office taking education to a new pioneering level and putting Makassed schools at the forefront of the Lebanese academic system.
The Makassed schools 2023 results in the Lebanese Official Exams :
– Khaled Ben El Walid College, Ali Ben Abi Taleb College and Lycée Makassed Khadija El Kobra: 100% success rate
– Omar Ben El Khattab College: 91% success rate in the Life Sciences section and 95% success rate in the Economics and Sociology section.
The overall percentage for students who graduated with honors (mentions):
- 83.7% in the Life Sciences section;
- 73.7% in the General Sciences section;
- 57% in the Social Sciences and Economics section.
Mohammad Hassan Jaroudi – General Sciences section at Khaled bin Al-Walid College, ranked third in Beirut Governorate with an average of 18.2 out of 20. Tarek Ziad Beshnaty – Life Sciences student at Omar Ben Al-Khattab College, ranked ninth in Beirut with an average of 18.4.
Noor Badr Katergi – Life Sciences section student at Khaled Ben Al-Walid College, obtained 18.3 and Suhail Ibrahim Haroun – Life Sciences section at Omar Ben Al-Khattab College secured an average of 18.
Some Makassed students also received scholarships to complete their undergraduate studies due to their high achievements and determination:
Students Tiya Kastiro from Khaled Ben Al Walid College and Khaled Al Bakri from Ali Ben Abi Talib College were selected to receive full scholarships from the USAID Higher Education Scholarship Program at the American University of Beirut. Tia and Khaled are two of the 60 winners, selected out of 5,000 candidates from 26 districts in Lebanon.
Shahd Saad and Khaled Al-Bakri, from Ali Ben Abi Talib College, were awarded the “Tomorrow’s leader” scholarship, which covers the costs of university studies for successful students in the MENA region at the American University of Beirut and the Lebanese American University.
Lea Kassab from Khaled Ben Al-Walid College received a “Diana Kamal” scholarship. This scholarship, in coordination with AMIDEAST, provides the necessary support for students in the Middle East and North Africa to make the dream of university study in The United States possible for highly qualified Arab students.