Mohammad A. Bapir
“UKH took me through an imaginative journey of education”
2006-2010 award: The most Helping Student at UKH and the First Iraqi Debating Championship team in 2010. While I was a student in UKH I worked with major International Organizations such as, European Union, the Kurdish Human Rights Project and the International Crisis Group, and a member of the Library Advisory Committee at UKH.
I am a member of the Academy of Political Science based in New York, United states.
Contributing writer to Information, Society and Justice Journal based in London, United Kingdom.
Contributing writer to Rudaw News paper, Deputy Editor at Hawler Tribune.
Today, I am studying a master of arts, Politics and International Relations in the University of Warwick- United Kingdom.
“UKH prepared me well for the reality that exists in the outside world after
Graduate of Politics and International Relations
I was a class representative and a member of the First Iraqi debating
Championship in 2010
I began working right after graduation in the Turkish Consulate, I was then accepted for a position in the British consulate. It's a great job and I am enjoying every second of it.
When you are a UKH graduate, employers have faith in your capabilities
You, yourself, feel that you are ready. Ready to face life. Ready to
work and be challenged. Finding a job, as a UKH graduate was not difficult.
I still have ambitions for post graduate studies, but I have decided to be involved in the job world for a few years.
“UKH is the place that inspired me to study hard, and make the best out of my time to achieve my dream”
I participated in the social life of UKH, was part of the student union in the first year, member of the UKH football league, attended trips and had a great group of friends. The setting was very encouraging.
Studying overseas was my foremost dream when I was at UKH, now after graduation the dream has come true.
My ambition is to teach at UKH after I finish my study abroad, since teaching is my dream career, I was born to teach.
Doing MSc. in the United Kingdom- University of Derby
“UKH has been like a window through which I can see the world with a brighter vision.”
In my time in UKH I was a member of the First Iraqi debating
Championship team in 2010, class representative, member of the graduation committee and I actively participated in the University’s social activities.
UKH helped me realize my abilities and academic skills; it provided me with opportunities to discover myself.
Yesterday I was a student at UKH, today I’m a member of University’s staff. In the near future I have plans to study my for my postgraduate degree. As a Kurdish woman, my dream is to represent an independent Kurdistan in the future.