UAE's Ministry of Environment and Water has implemented 18 technical training courses for more than 160 qualified doctors and agronomists in 22 quarries across the country at the start of the year.
DMCC Free Zone hosted a leadership training session for its free zone members, in collaboration with IvyCourse.com, a portal for online courses from the world’s best Ivy league universities.
The session, titled ‘Achiev
Abu Dhabi's Ports Security Institute hosted five specialised one-week courses recently.
About 80 officials completed the courses which included ‘Crisis Management’, ‘Aviation and Airports Security Management&
Etisalat Academy, a leading provider of training and development solutions in the Middle East, will offer training solutions from CompTIA, an international non-profit IT trade association, under an MoU singed recently.
Amity University Dubai, a premier institution for higher education in the UAE, will be showcasing its complete line-up of 22 industry-specific courses during the education expo Getex 2012 in Dubai.
Getex 2012 will take place from April 19
The upcoming Getex 2012 exhibition in Dubai will offer learners more academic options from regional and international universities, organisers said.
Leading academic institutions from the UAE, India, UK, Canada, the US, Malaysia and
The Dubai leg of Getex Autumn 2011, the region's leading education, training and professional development event, will begin tomorrow (October 26) at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre, and run until October 28.
The University of Wollongong in Dubai (UOWD) and ZTE Corporation, a leading Chinese telecom company, have signed a memorandum of understanding to develop customised academic programmes for Chinese students.
Under the agreement, UOWD will p
Getex Autumn Dubai, the leading education, training and professional development event, will highlight a number of academic programmes and postgraduate courses that are popular in region.
The final leg of Getex will be held from October 31
Iran will not allow its universities to begin teaching certain disciplines it deems too "Western", and existing courses will be revised, a senior Education Ministry official was quoted as saying.
"Expansion of 12 disciplines in the social