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Open House, September 10th & 17th to present world-class academic programs and showcase campus life at Canadian University of Dubai

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Open House, September 10th & 17th to present world-class academic programs and showcase campus life at Canadian University of Dubai

CUD to formally launch new weekend schedules for Bachelor of Business Administration program

September 6, 2011

254Canadian University of Dubai (CUD), a leading research and teaching institution in the UAE, has announced that it will be conducting ‘Open Houses’ on September 10 and 17, 2011 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. for learners seeking world-class university education in Dubai. CUD further revealed that one of the key highlights of the Open House is the formal launch of its new weekend schedules for its Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program, which will hold classes on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, offering a unique opportunity for employed students to pursue their studies.

During each Open House, visitors will have the opportunity to meet CUD’s deans and learn more about CUD’s undergraduate programs in Business Administration, Architecture and Interior Design, Engineering, Applied Science and Technology, Environmental and Health Services, Liberal Arts and Sciences, and a new program in Mass Communication in English & Arabic in addition to 5 graduate programs in Business Administration. All programs are accredited by the UAE Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research.

Guests will also be able to tour the campus and observe CUD’s vibrant student life. Special offers will be available for those who register on the spot.

“CUD was founded as a visionary initiative to bring the best of Canadian and European education to Dubai and to provide local and regional students with an international academic experience that will prepare them to be competitive in a globalized job market. Our upcoming Open House will introduce visitors to our philosophy of excellence in work, research and learning and enable them to interact with key personalities in the CUD community. We are also very pleased to formally launch our new weekend schedules for our Bachelor of Business Administration program, which opens a huge window of opportunity for working undergraduates to complete their studies. For those who find that CUD is the perfect place to help them pursue professional and personal growth, we will also have special offers if they register for any program during the Open House,” said Dr. Muhammed Kabir, Vice President – Academic Affairs, Canadian University of Dubai.

Canadian University of Dubai offers a Canadian-based curriculum that is grounded in the values and cultural sensitivities of the UAE. Understanding that learning takes place inside and outside the classroom, many of CUD’s programs include internships wherein students get to spend an entire semester immersed in practical field work. Students can also choose to continue their education by transferring to one of the university’s partner schools in Canada.

Canadian University of Dubai was established in 2006 and is strategically located in the heart of Dubai’s financial, business and tourist district. Its programs are delivered by Canadian and European faculty and complemented by advanced technologies integrated into the university’s buildings, classrooms, laboratories and electronic facilities. CUD currently serves 1,600 students of over 86 nationalities.

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ALHOSN University discusses world-class academic programs with more than 16,000 students in Syria

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ALHOSN University discusses world-class academic programs with more than 16,000 students in Syria

University joins 9th Specialized Exhibition of Universities Institutes & Universities Equipments

March 28, 2010

2304ALHOSN University, a leading Abu Dhabi-based university dedicated to high-quality, value-based education, recently participated in the 9th Specialized Exhibition of Universities Institutes & Universities Equipments (EDU.9 – 2010) that was held from  March  9 to 11, 2010 at the Sheraton Hotel in Damascus  and  from March 13 to 15, 2010 at the Sheraton Hotel in Aleppo to discuss its leading academic programs with more than 16,000 Syrian students.

Held under the patronage of Syrian Minister of Higher Education H.E. Dr. Ghiath Barakat and organized by Al Haitham Exhibitions and Conferences in coordination with the Ministry of Education, the event is regarded as the largest gathering of public and private educational institutions from Syria and other Arab and foreign countries. Over 40 universities from countries including the UAE, Jordan, Egypt, Malaysia, France, Canada, North Cyprus and China discussed their respective programs and policies, special activities and services. Aside from exposure to various international schools, participants were also invited to view the products and services of about 50 exhibitors.

ALHOSN representatives met with students from the top schools in Damascus, Aleppo, and surrounding provinces to explain to them the importance of higher education. Benefits of being a part of ALHOSN’s unique programs also were highlighted to the students.

“Since the opening of ALHOSN University five years ago, we have been emphasizing that our programs welcome students of all nationalities. EDU.9 – 2010 provided us the opportunity to explain the competitive edge that will be gained by Syrian students joining ALHOSN. During our stay, we showed our admiration to Syrian efforts that provide its youth with various educational options. We have also gained valuable knowledge by interacting with our international peers and sharing our views on how to further improve the quality of education in our respective countries,” said Nadine Kanj, Marketing and PR Manager, ALHOSN University.

The Syrian visit extended ALHOSN University’s participation in a series of promotional tours as part of its 5th year anniversary celebrations in 2010. Since its inception in 2005, the University has been delivering its 11 undergraduate and 7 graduate programs under the Faculties of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Business, and Arts and Social Sciences to students of all nationalities. ALHOSN adheres to a unique motto of ‘Global Knowledge with Local Vision.’

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