DWC opens a 3-day pavilion at Arabian Centre
Dubai Women's College, a Higher Colleges of Technology flagship institution, opened recently its pavilion at the Arabian Centre with the aim of communicating with the local community and promoting the bachelor programs offered by the college, especially the new ones, in addition to highlighting its accomplishments and contributions over 22 years.
The pavilion was opened yesterday at 4pm in the presence of Dr. Howard Reed, Director of Dubai Women’s College and the college's management at the Arabian Centre on the First Floor, next to the Food Court Area.
Mayada bin Essa, Supervisor of the Marketing and Community Outreach Department at DWC has expressed thanks to the management of Arabian Centre for its cooperation and offering DWC a pavilion for free to raise awareness in the local community, especially among the UAE female students, and counselling them about majors available at the college that meet market needs. "Through this pavilion, we seek to encourage students to complete their university studies and to constantly pursue academic and career prominence," she said.
Meanwhile, Hamda bin Redha, Student Recruitment Coordinator said that DWC seeks through its pavilion at the Arabian Centre, to have effective interaction with the local community and parents, in addition to familiarising visitors, mainly UAE women, with the bachelor programs available at DWC in different majors.
She added that this approach provides the secondary school leavers with a bigger chance to major in the field suitable for their inclinations and make them more aware of prospects for making use of quality education offered by the Dubai Women's College and preparing them for life after graduation.
DWC pavilion is open to visitors for three days, starting from June 2 to June 4, 2011 at 3pm to 9pm.
Higher Colleges of Technology
The Higher Colleges of Technology is the largest higher education institution in the UAE, renowned for its leadership in applied and technological education. Around 23,000 students attend 16 modern men’s and women’s campuses across the UAE – in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Al Dhafra, Dubai, Sharjah, Ras Al Khaimah, and Fujairah.
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