Abu Dhabi University is playing its part in the local community and has even a weekly quiz lined up.

If you’ve been looking to upgrade your skills and knowledge at university level but are unable to afford it, now’s your chance for an unbridled learning opportunity.

Under an initiative called Ramadan Circle, Abu Dhabi University has is now doing what many universities around the world are doing to help educate local communities during the Holy month.

As a part of its social responsibility programme, the Abu Dhabi University has rolled out a series of online workshops for everybody to enjoy.

Dr. Hamad Odhabi, Director of Abu Dhabi University’s Al Ain campus, commented, “Hosting these workshops during the Holy Month of Ramadan is part of ADU’s contribution to the people in our community.

The workshops, which are free, are conducted in both Arabic and English on weekdays between 9 pm and 10 pm. You get to pick courses from mental health well-being to tech savvy options.

To make things even more interesting, the university has scheduled an online quiz every Thursday for course participants to take part and see how much they have learned. It’s just for fun, so don’t get anxious!

If this has sparked up your grey cells, then take a peek at the available workshops here.

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