Education, Training & Recruitment
June 22, 2011
Abu Dhabi University is taking the lead in nurturing creative capabilities of its staff by recognizing and honoring their most innovative ideas.
55 of Abu Dhabi’s elite engineering students departed for Dresden, Germany and Singapore this week as part of the Al Nokhba internship program.
June 20, 2011
Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar’s Alumni Relations office hosted ‘Arabian Market’, a ladies-only networking event for VCUQatar alumni.
The Masdar Institute of Science and Technology today announced the launch of its summer internship program targeting talented UAE national students.
ADU and IAT have signed a MoU, giving IAT graduates the advantage of receiving college credit for courses they have taken in high school.
The first place winning photograph was taken by Khalifa University student; Aidarous Bani Hashem in the National Digital Imaging Student Competition.
Canadian University of Dubai (CUD), recently announced that it’s planning to launch a four-year program in communications.
June 19, 2011
The American University in Cairo held its spring commencements for 598 graduate and undergraduate degree candidates, marking the end of the 2011.
June 16, 2011
twofour54 tadreeb has acquired the Dubai business of the SAE Institute, the world’s largest network of media training academies.
With increasing numbers engaging in international travel, the health risks have never been more pressing.
June 15, 2011
RIT Dubai and Dubai Silicon Oasis celebrated the graduation of the second batch of postgraduates from the Rochester Institute of Technology.
June 14, 2011
Abu Dhabi University offers financial aid for students with limited financial resources.
New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) — Amman celebrated the graduation of its 10th Class of Master Degree and BSc holders.
The American University in Cairo’s International Executive Education Institute’s Real Estate Academy held a forum to examine affordable housing solutions.
June 13, 2011
A group of seniors from the Department of Electronic Engineering at The American University in Cairo recently unveiled their newest invention, a conceptual prototype of an automatic meter reading.