M'Sharie delegation visits DWC and offers support to its students

Published March 8th, 2010 - 11:00 GMT
Dubai Women’s College received a high-level delegation from M'Sharie, the investment arm of Dubai Investments, who was acquainted with the latest hi-tech learning developments provided by DWC for its students. The visitors offered support for some students’ activities.
The delegation was led by Financial Affairs Manager at M'Sharie Mr. Ahmed Al-Shared, and other executives from the company. They were welcomed by DWC’s Director Dr. Howard Reed, Associate Director Dr. Behjat Al-Yousuf and Student Affairs Supervisor Mary Lucky. M'Sharie’s initiative emphasizes the importance of investment in education for sustainable development in UAE and reflects the key role played by DWC to build a generation of Emirati leaders capable of developing society in line with the vision of HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashed al-Maktoum, the UAE Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai.
“Our financial support to students is primarily meant to promote national interests because it contributes to the success of thought committed to the necessity of brilliance, good leadership, creativity, the use of  high technology and the establishment of business and enterprises through the fruitful studies they are taught at this distinguished college,” said Al-Shared. “We, at M’Sharie, always seek to offer whatever serves our society best and we are committed to our social responsibility.”
He added: “DWC plays an important role in deepening the roles of students’ commitment by the necessity of playing a leading role in the country’s fast-developing economy in a way that copes with the principles upheld by the country since its inception in 1989.”
For his part, Dr. Reed pointed to the prominent role played by DWC in developing students’ capabilities and skills as well utilizing them for the community service so that they would set an example amid quick-paced economic changes. “We appreciate the financial support offered by M'Sharie Group,” he said. “We are confident that by doing this, it has set an example to follow in supporting higher education through cooperation with Dubai Women’s College, which provides UAE women with distinguished education combining theoretical studies and practical experience  based on the latest technology.”
He stressed the need for more corporate support in helping build an educated society so that women would get an equal opportunity to develop their knowledge and skills.
DWC provides a distinguished learning environment for young Emirati women to enable them to undertake future challenges. DWC also endeavours to build an enlightened generation to serve their country in all sectors including the technological field, by developing students’ self-confidence and offering all factors to help them achieve the cherished career brilliance.

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