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It’s widely known that medical students endure long hours and years of studying to eventually become the community’s first line of defense. In an effort to support the soon-to-be heroes, Bahraini startup ‘Unipal’ has taken the lead to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland – Medical University of Bahrain (RCSI Bahrain) to enhance the student lifestyle outside academia. 

With Unipal’s wide variety of exclusive offers & discounts at more than 150+ vendors, RCSI Bahrain students can now get the best of both worlds as they enjoy their studious as well as non-academic lives.

Unipal’s most recent endeavours also include launching a student’s event page on their Mobile App to fulfill their promise of becoming the hub for all the students’ non-academic needs. This will enable students to explore other things around them. 

 “One thing that COVID reminded us all is that doctors are the real heroes. As a student-centric platform where our slogan translates to ‘our students deserve’, we can all agree that medical students stand at the peak of our slogan – the least we can do is enhance their student life and we’re humbled to be a part of this.” said Ali Alalawi, Managing Director of Unipal.

“The time spent at university is one of the most memorable moments of life and at RCSI Bahrain, we aim to provide the best possible environment to support our students to thrive both academically and personally. Partnering with Unipal gives our students more opportunities to enjoy a rewarding lifestyle and student experience during their time at RCSI Bahrain” commented Stephen Harrison-Mirfield, Chief Operational Officer of RCSI Bahrain

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