Emirates College of Technology participated in the ‘Najah 2019’ for three consecutive days from 31 October to 1st of November at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) along with a range of well-known international universities to review the latest academic studies and research tailored to meet the changing needs of the market today. ECT offers a range of academic programs in the fields of Business Administration, Media and Public Relations, Health and Medical Sciences, and Engineering, and has long been recognized for its contribution to the strengthening of the higher education sector in the Abu Dhabi Emirate. It is worth mentioning that ECT recently launched a number of new programs in advanced academic fields of engineering (BSc in Civil Engineering, BSc in Mechanical Engineering, BSc in Industrial Engineering) and in the fields of Medical and Health Sciences (BSc in Medical Diagnostic Imaging, BSc in Healthcare Management, and BSc in Medical Laboratory Sciences) that meet the needs of the labor market in the UAE, with the aim of building practical knowledge for current and future students and transferring expertise within an academic community that gives graduates the confidence and full readiness to work in any career path around World.
Underscoring the importance of the exhibition’s role in providing a platform that unites thousands of students, teachers, academic specialists and educational institutes under one roof, Prof. Abdul-Rahim Sabouni (ECT President), said: “ECT is one of the top leading academic institutions which plays an important role in supporting the UAE leadership’s vision to advance the UAE into a developed knowledge-based economy”. He also adds; “Najah 2019 offers us a unique opportunity to review our current and future programs and connect with local and international students. This year, ECT will introduce new programs in Najah 2019, which are carefully designed to meet local and international standards”.
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