During the presentation at the school, Fouad said he believes education is a noble field and the foundation to shape and build the current and next generations who will determine the future of a nation.
Fouad handed over 20 laptops, while the rest were delivered to the students’ homes.
The International Modern Arabic School (IMAS) was set up in 2007 as a bilingual, Arabic-British, non-profit institution with a total of 220 students. Today, the total number of students enrolled at IMAS has reached 1,600 students from 68 nationalities.
The school adopts a British curriculum, which allows students to obtain the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE).
It is the first international school in Malaysia to use both Arabic and English as the medium of instruction, offering kindergarten, primary, secondary, and pre-university education.