UAE-based Du, a major telecom group, recently hosted the graduation ceremony for the third cohort of the Insead Executive Leadership Programme at its main headquarters in Dubai Media City.
The event was attended by Insead dean of
A total of 34 students recently received their MD degrees from the Weill Cornel Medical College (WCMC-Q) in Qatar during a graduation ceremony.
The graduates will now go on to their residencies at hospitals in the US and Qatar, or
A total of 50 doctors, the majority Emiratis, completed their residency period of training in Abu Dhabi Health Services Seha medical facilities as part of Seha’s annual training.
Dr Ali Abdul Kareem Al Obaidli, Group chief a
With one out of every two transnational expatriates preferring to stay and work in the UAE after graduation, the country is truly an attractive destination for graduates to live and work, said a new study
The inaugural Qudurat Stu
The University of Manchester held its first MBA graduation ceremony in the region, for 85 graduates of Manchester Business School (MBS) Middle East Centre in Dubai.
The ceremony, held at Atlantis The Palm Hotel, was presided over
Bahrain's labour fund Tamkeen organised a ceremony to celebrate the graduation of the first group of trainees from its Human Resources Certificate Programme aimed at developing the skills and capabilities of Bahraini human capital.
Over 500 students of the Canadian University of Dubai were conferred degrees at its annual graduation ceremony held in Dubai.
The third consecutive graduation ceremony was held at Sheikh Rashid Hall at the Dubai World Trade Centre
Wataniya Telecom, a major telecom services provider in Kuwait, recently sponsored the graduation ceremony for the faculty of medicine of Kuwait University.
The event was organised by Kuwait Medicine Students Association at Missoni
More than 40 Bahrainis have graduated from the Vocational Training Programme conducted by Aluminium Bahrain (Alba) and developed in association with Tamkeen, Bahrain’s labour fund.
Alba’s chief executive, Tim Murray, c
Any compromise on Bahrain’s security and stability has been ruled out by HRH Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, as he slammed acts of violence as irreligious, unethical and inhuman.
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