E-university discusses Ph D programme launch
Dubai, July 31, 2013
The board of governers of Hamdan Bin Mohammed e-University (HBMeU) met to discuss the Ph D programmes to be launched for the 2013/2014 academic year and key topics related to the initiative promoting Dubai as the world’s Islamic economy capital.
The introduction of Ph D programmes complements efforts to foster e-learning through contemporary scientific research, academic and intellectual work and dissemination of modern knowledge, said a statement.
The meeting agenda also included reviewing minutes of the previous meeting and came as part of the board’s efforts to enhance the quality of knowledge.
The board examined in detail the mechanisms to be used for the application of the Ph D programme in three key areas of learning – total quality management, e-education, and healthcare management. The programmes will include 14 out of 120 learners who will be selected after a series of written and oral examinations.
The meeting further underlined the university’s quality initiatives that support Dubai as the world’s Islamic economy capital and about the university’s plans to encourage research studies in banking, Islamic finance and HR development to address the needs of the Islamic economy.
Lieutenant general Dahi Khalfan Tamim, Dubai Police chief and chairman of HBMeU's board of governors, said that the Board is keen to adopt the best initiatives that support efforts to promote the University as a leader in the field of e-learning and distance learning in the Arab World.
Lt general Tamim further pointed out that the university is committed to helping learners in their Ph D dissertations to promote social and economic development in the UAE. - TradeArabia News Service
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