Khalifa University campus
In line with its commitment to Emiratisation and to continue to offer a cultivating environment for future leaders, Khalifa University is participating for the second year at Tawdheef 2011, the three day event in Abu Dhabi.
Khalifa University joined other leading exhibitors at the Tawdheef event, comes along with the University work to become a globally leading academic institution, offers a world class education and constantly expanding curriculum, which will support the Abu Dhabi 2030 vision in particular, and will contribute to the transformation of the country’s economy into one that is more knowledge based.
Khalifa University is committed to this goal in supplying the local labor market with qualified engineers, physicians and specialists as well as offering local professionals opportunities to develop their careers by working with Khalifa University.
Commenting at Tawdheef, Dr. Arif Sultan Al Hammadi, Executive Vice President of Khalifa University said, “Khalifa University is delighted to participate in Tawdheef as it offers us a unique platform to communicate with local talents. Khalifa University is committed to creating challenging roles for young Emiratis in which they can develop dynamic and exciting careers in the education sector. The university will offer this year a new programme to train and empower the fresh graduates.”
He added: "Currently the University is seeking to attract UAE National students to its master’s program in Nuclear Engineering and International Civil Security In addition to the various Phd programs; the University also provides an innovative working opportunity for UAE Nationals within these programs, as well at the UAE's Advanced Network for Research and Education ‘Ankabut’ and ETISALAT BT Innovation Centre (EBTIC), which are based at Khalifa University Campus in Abu Dhabi.”
Tawdheef is the region’s most important and influential recruitment event. Aimed at stimulating employment in a dynamic and pro-active environment, Tawdheef gathers together leading government and semi-state departments and major private companies to create thousands of employment opportunities for the benefit of over 20,000 visitors.