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Eight Kuwaitis expelled from UAE over student union

The students also collected donations and held gatherings at their dorms without permission from administrations

Eight Kuwaitis expelled from UAE over student union
Eight Kuwait students from the University of Sharjah and Ajman have been expelled because they violated the laws of the two universities by forming a students union without the permission of university administrations.

An official source at the Ministry of Higher Education stated that eight Kuwait students from the University of Sharjah and Ajman have been expelled because they violated the laws of the two universities by forming a students' union without the permission of university administrations.

The source said that the students also collected donations and held illegal gatherings at university dorms, which is a violation of UAE laws.

The source confirmed that the UAE welcomes Kuwaiti students at UAE universities and added that there are more than 670 Kuwaiti students at the University of Ajman and about 750 students at the University of Sharjah.

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Zubala 6 years ago

What is so freightening about a student's union?
Illegal gathering at dorms?
Hypocrites!

Areej ASB 6 years ago

Zubala~ It is against the rules. You don't abide by the rules, you get kicked out. End of discussion. Period.