Final Results

The fourth annual Middle East Regional Rounds, hosted in partnership with Arab Academy and Ain Shams University, took place from the 1 to the 4 February, 2016 in Cairo.

Here are the final results:

Winner of Middle East Rounds 2015-16 is Herat University, Afghanistan

Runner Up of Middle East Rounds 2015-16 is Ain Shaims University, Egypt

Best Oralist in the Final for Middle East Rounds 2015-16 goes to Mr Mohammad Zafir Afghani, Herat University

Best Memorial for Middle East Rounds 2015-16 goes to Herat University, Afghanistan

Runner Up – Memorial for Middle East Rounds 2015-16 goes to Ain Shaims University, Egypt

Best Speaker for Middle East Rounds 2015-16 goes to Ms Nahed Bassam, Ain Shaims University

Runner Up – Speaker for Middle East Rounds 2015-16 goes to Ms Celine El-Hajje, Notre Dame de Louaize University, Lebanon

Last but not the least the Spirit of the Competition Award goes to Ain Shaims University, Egypt especially coach Dr Doaa Abd Elrahman. 

The teams qualifying to the International rounds in Oxford are:

  • Herat University, Afghanistan
  • Ain Shaims University, Egypt
  • Jordan University, Jordan
Timeline

The fourth annual Middle East Regional Rounds, hosted in partnership with Ain Shams University, will take place from the 1 to the 4 February, 2016 in Cairo.

Middle East Rounds in Cairo Monday 1 – Thursday 4 February 2016

Online Registration Opens: Mon 7 September 2015

Registration deadline: Fri 13 November 2015

Clarifications submitted by: Mon 14 December 2015

Memos submitted by: Mon 4 January 2016

Eligibility

Please note that teams from the countries/regions listed below must apply to Middle East Rounds  in order to qualify for the International Rounds in Oxford.  Teams should check which Regional Round applies to them, if there is no applicable Regional Round they may apply directly to the International Rounds.

Middle East Rounds:

Afghanistan, Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates and Yemen.