New CUD session begins
Dubai, September 3, 2007
Canadian University of Dubai (CUD), a subsidiary of Emirates Investment and Development Company (Emivest), recently organised an orientation programme for new students.
The event was the start of a week-long orientation which included academic presentations from faculty members, familiarisation sessions for students new to Dubai, recreational activities and outings, the university said in a statement.
Butti Saeed Al Ghandi, chairman and co-founder, Emirates Investment and Development and general manager, Dubai Education Canadian University of Dubai, and the university principal Dr Karim Chelli welcomed hundreds of new students.
Al Ghandi said the university encourages quality education to students of all nationalities residing not only in UAE but the region.
“The university welcomes hard working students who will not only meet their educational goals but study for an internationally recognised degree at a university that is accredited by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research,” he said.
Dr Karim said CUD is unique, with partnerships in Canada and Europe that ensure students have the opportunity to study abroad and transfer their credits. – TradeArabia News Service
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