AAU’s Pavilion at Najah Exhibition Popular among Visitors
Al Ain University concluded its third participation in Najah for Education and Careers Exhibition held in Abu Dhabi at ADNEC from Oct. 18 to Oct. 20, 2011.
Through its participation in the exhibition, AAU aimed at building bridges between students and parents on one side and the University on the other. Throughout the three-day exhibition, AAU’s pavilion received students, responded to their queries, and answered their questions.
Najah exhibition is the right place to introduce AAU’s programs and majors to visitors. It is noteworthy that the University offers eleven undergraduate programs offered through five colleges: the College of Engineering and Information Technology, the College of Pharmacy, the College of Law, the College of Education, and the College of Business Administration in addition to an MBA program and the Professional Diploma in Teaching. The exhibition is also a good opportunity to familiarize students with the new majors the University plans to offer in the near future.
During the opening of the exhibition, Shaikh Nahyan Bin Mubarak, the Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, visited the AAU’s pavilion, commended the University’s hard work, and encouraged more effort to uplift the academic level of students to better serve the community.
On the other hand, Dr. Abdel Hafith Belarabi, AAU’s Vice President, confirmed that the University participation is an opportunity to meet students, parents, and other academic institutions as well as ADEC and the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research to exchange views.
Dr. Belarabi emphasized that AAU continuously coordinates with the public and private sectors to identify the needs of the job market in order to provide qualified graduates who meet these needs.
He also added that the University has taken upon itself the responsibility of supporting distinguished students and offering them grants and incentives motivating them in order maintain the same level to help serve the community.