The University of Dubai (UD), a prestigious university in the UAE established by Dubai Chamber  of Commerce and Industry, announces its participation in GETEX 2011, the Middle East and Asia’s leading education, training and professional development event, running from April 14 to 16, 2011 at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre.
The prestigious institution will showcase its world-class academic programs and services to potential students, academic faculty and visitors of the event and will offer 5% discount to students who will apply for admission during GETEX. UD is recognised as a leading institution in the country that welcomes, encourages and supports individuals who desire to be business leaders regardless of their origin.
Dr M. Omar Hefni, President of UD said: “At the University of Dubai, we are committed to develop and educate leaders who will make a difference in the business world. We are home to talented students and faculty who have been drawn from all over the world to teach, create, and study. We have achieved an international distinction in all the areas we exist in particularly in Business Administration as well as Computing and Information Systems programs. We intend to highlight these at this year’s GETEX, an ideal venue to network with potential students, academic faculty and institutional providers.
“GETEX is an excellent platform for us to highlight our education and training solutions and I hope potential students will take this opportunity to see what distinguishes us from other peer institutions,” added Dr. Hefni.
Organised under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Nahayan Bin Mubarak Al Nahayan, UAE Minister of Higher Education & Scientific Research, GETEX 2011 will gather more than 350 international exhibitors from 37 countries who will present over 2,500 academic programs for students of all ages and backgrounds, featuring undergraduate and postgraduate programs, vocational and occupational courses and professional development courses. This year’s visitor footfall is expected to exceed 30,000 people from all over the Middle East.