University of Dubai opens Fall registration
Dubai, August 5, 2013
The University of Dubai (UD) is now accepting applications for Fall Semester for its 2013/14 academic year, with classes beginning on August 31.
The university will be led into the new academic year by a newly appointed president, Dr Eesa Mohammed Bastaki.
Under Dr Bastaki’s leadership, the university plans building a new campus and the addition of several programmes such as a Master of Laws degree and a Doctorate degree in Business Administration.
The new Master of Laws programme will offer students two major options: the first is Arbitration and Dispute Resolution and the second is Financial Crime and Money Laundering. The two majors were designed to address the emerging needs resulting from the rapid growth of business in Dubai.
The university plans to welcome new students with its orientation program called Bidayaat, which begins August 18. New students will be able to meet student club representatives and learn about student life and the various departments of the university.
Organised by the Department of Student Services in collaboration with the UD Student Council, the programme will include campus tours and a range of activities including games and raffle drawings. – TradeArabia News Service
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