H.H. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority, has witnessed the graduation ceremony of the fifth batch of students from the Dubai Silicon Oasis based Rochester Institute of Technology – Dubai.
A total of 70 students across eight Bachelor degree programmes and four Master’s programmes received their certificates at the ceremony.
Applauding the efforts of…Read more
H.H. Lt. General Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior, witnesses on Tuesday, the signing of two Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs).
The first MoU, which was inked between the Khalifa Student Empowerment Programme and Sheikh Zayed Private Academy, aims to activate the National Charter for Students’ Awareness of the Khalifa Student Empowerment Programme…Read more
His Majesty King Abdullah II, on Monday received a delegation from the Royal College of Defence Studies (RCDS), which included students from various world countries.
During the meeting held at Al Husainiah Palace, the King spoke about Jordan's stance and policies in dealing with various regional and global issues, according to Jordan News Agency, PETRA,.
He noted that fighting terrorism…Read more
Birzeit University celebrated the official opening of its television studio on May 16, 2016 a TV studio for the Department of Media. The main objective of this studio is to provide mass communication students with the latest media technologies.
The studio features a range of industry-standard equipment with an amount of $100,000, donated by Birzeit University and other organizations. The…Read more
H.H. Sheikh Mansour bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum has attended the graduation ceremony of the 19th batch of students from the American University in Dubai, AUD, which included 450 male and female students studying business, mechanical and electrical and computer engineering, media, interior design and construction management, architecture and civil engineering, education and visual communication, and international studies.
President of Cairo University Gaber Nassar said Sunday that the fire that took place in the Science Faculty lab was caused by the explosion of an air conditioner due to high temperature.
In statements to MENA, Nassar said the fire was swiftly contained and damage was limited to the air conditioner's unit and a photocopier.
He also praised the staff…Read more
A local newspaper has said that Knowledge and Human Development Authority's (KHDA) inspection system and strict regulations for institutions are producing the desired results.
Commenting on Dubai School Inspection Bureau’s report, which reveals that 61 per cent of students today are studying in private schools rated ‘good’ or higher, the Gulf News in its editorial today said that this is…Read more
Individuals, organisations and schools in the United Arab Emirates have been urged to help transform the lives of millions of people by submitting and nominating entries for the 9th Zayed Future Energy Prize before the closing date on 27 June.
The prize is the UAE’s international awards for pioneers of renewable energy and sustainability.
Submissions are accepted from across the…Read more
The Traffic Institute celebrated on Thursday the graduation of 29 officers from the different sections affiliated to the Traffic and Patrols Directorate at Abu Dhabi Police. The graduation was held at the Institute’s Headquarters in Al Ain after the completion of a four-week course about ‘The Fundamentals of Traffic and Patrols.’
Brigadier Khalifa Mohamed Al Khaiaili, Deputy Director of the…Read more
Khalifa University will organise six challenging competitions as part of Emirates Skills 2016. The Emirates Technology and Innovation Competition (ETIC) takes place at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) from May 10 to 12.
This is the fourth year that the University organises the challenging contests, which pit student teams against each other in a series of exciting tests,…Read more