Liwa alumni


“Liwa staff really care for their students – like a mother cares for her children.”

I was a student at LISF from KG1 and I really feel it shaped my character into who I am today – an educated, talented and well-mannered doctor. Thanks to my studies at LISF, I was the only graduate in my college year who speaks French. This allows me to communicate with French-speaking patients and give them the help and support they need, which feels really great.

Jawaher Mohammed Al Nuaimi, Emirati

LISF Class of 2014
Doctor at Tawam Hospital, Abu Dhabi

“At Liwa, you’re not just a student, you’re part of something much more.”

I’d confidently say that teachers and staff at Liwa School would not hesitate to help us with any setbacks, be it educational or personal. The staff used their expertise and the most up-to-date techniques to ensure that we were getting the best education possible and teachers were always keeping everyone involved with regards to his or her educational levels. Looking back, it was one of the best periods of my life.

Ahmed Refaat Sayed, Egyptian

LISF Class of 2018
Student of Faculty of Medicine Kasr Al-Ainy, Cairo University

“I gained the highest level of education in Maths and Physics, which ignited my passion for Engineering.”

My experience at LISF was enjoyable and interesting. I met some wonderful friends and really helpful teachers. English writing and speaking is very well taught and it played a big role in improving my language skills. The many competitions and extracurricular activities helped build my confidence, develop my social skills and create memorable experiences, for which I am forever grateful.

Mariam Khaled Galal, Egyptian

LISF Class of 2016
Student of Mechanical Engineering, UAE University

“The educational experience didn’t stop at the school gates. The attentiveness and support really stood out.”

My experience at Liwa was enriching, became my second home, and where I made lifelong friendships. It was also where my love for science began. I fondly remember the day we extracted DNA from kiwi fruits and a lightbulb went on in my head! It was in the biology lab that I realized that this is what I want to do for a living.

Tasabeeh Mohamed, Sudanese

LISF Class of 2009
PhD candidate in Genetics - University of Nottingham, UK
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