Khailfa University and MIT Host Three-Day Entrepreneurship Bootcamp in Abu Dhabi
MIT’s Dr. Charles Cooney and Dr. Luis Perez-Breva Offer Insights on How to Translate Six Technology-based Concepts into Successful Business Ventures
Abu Dhabi-UAE: 14 October 2017 – A three-day entrepreneurship bootcamp, was organized as a collaborative initiative by Masdar Institute of Science and Technology and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), in Abu Dhabi. Masdar Institute is part of the Khalifa University of Science and Technology.
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AUSE launches workshops to explore role of robotics and 3D printing in booming local construction sector
Move supports strong construction industry sector accounts for 11 per cent of UAE’s GDP
October 7, 2017 -To support the growing construction industry, which presently accounts for 11 per cent of the UAE’s gross domestic product (GDP) and in cooperation with Oulu University of Applied Sciences (OAMK), one of Finland’s largest universities of applied sciences, the American University of Sharjah Enterprises (AUSE) has launched a series of workshops to explore the pivotal role of robotics and 3D printing in Sharjah’s construction sector.
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Forbes ranks SP Jain Dubai in the world’s top 20 International MBAs (2017-19)
The latest ranking places SP Jain School of Global Management in the league of top institutions like IMD, INSEAD, IE, Cambridge, Oxford, Warwick and SDA Bocconi.
DUBAI – October 5, 2017: For the fifth year in a row now, SP Jain School of Global Management’s (SP Jain) flagship Global MBA program has been ranked in the TOP 20 in the Forbes list of the world’s best 1-year International Full-Time MBAs.
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Growth of private and international schools in the Middle East prompting demand for greater quality.
UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Oman have priciest schools in the Middle East .Overwhelming majority of parents in UAE are demanding higher academic standards from schools
Renewed focus on early education as part of long-term aims to improve future success
Dubai, United Arab Emirates; 3 October 2017 – Structural reforms are underway in the education sector in the GCC, as the region grapples with changing market demands and outcomes.
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Best and Brightest UAE Talent on Display at Manufacturing and Engineering Challenge
HRH Duke of York visited the Make it Challenge in Abu Dhabi, supported by ADEK, BAE Systems and Strata
Challenge designed to inspire Emirati students to follow STEM career paths
Abu Dhabi, UAE – 3 October 2017: The third edition of The Make It Challenge – the UK’s Manufacturing Institute’s engineering and manufacturing competition – returned to the UAE this week.
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