Ugail Foundation's the Circle has opened registration for its "Future Leaders" program.
The program is aimed for students aged 13 to 15 and will run for a one-year period. It is scheduled to commence in January 2023 and conclude in December of the same year.
According to the Ugail Foundation, the program will be conducted under the direct supervision of its founder, Professor Hassan Ugail, a renowned local academic and a Professor of Visual Computing at the University of Bradford, UK. The "Future Leaders" will be taught by the Professor, along with other experts from the UK.
At the program, the students will be provided information on potential career paths and what they entail and receive guidance on the relevant subjects needed to pursue the fields in which they are interested in. The task and project-based program will also focus on communication and networking skills, as well as educate them on tactics for overcoming obstacles and challenges.
The Circle program has limited-seats and will select only 40 applicants.
Previous participants had spoken highly of the program. Many students who participated in previous editions reported receiving valuable information about their preferred career paths as well as leadership skills.
While the Circle has opened applications for new students, interested applicants can register via https://theCircle.ac/LOT23. Shortlisted applicants will be required to go through an interview procedure prior to the final selection.