Women Leadership Training Course
Women Leadership Training Course in cooperation with Emirate Association for Social Development (RAK) for 34 trainees ( local women from different governmental departments and private sector).The course was held on 20 October 2019 for 12 training days.
Al Ghurair University attended the education exhibition NAJAH at Abu Dhabi from 31 October – 2 November 2019. The academic faculty and admissions team met with students from various schools imparting valuable career advise and guiding them through the right path in their educational journey.
World Tolerance Summit
College of Business students with Assistant professor Dr. Premila attended the “World Tolerance Summit” (WTS 2019). The major highlight of the event was over 3,000 dignitaries, including ministers and ambassadors, were part of the event. Additionally, 1,000 students from 100 countries took part in the event. This WTS was based on the theme ‘tolerance in multiculturalism: Achieving the social, economic and humane benefits of a tolerant world’. The conference focused on how education and knowledge sharing can be a powerful tool to teach and advocate tolerance in diversity.
MCD Students visit Dubai Channel Newsroom
Media students at Al Ghurair University visited Dubai Media Incorporated in Dubai media city, They visited the Newsroom Dubai Channel in order to learn how to produce news. They also carried out the media coverage of the activity.
The AGU Forum on Language and Education 2020 hosted renowned speakers from different universities and organizations in the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Jordan, and New Zealand. The main objective of this forum was to enhance excellence in academic research within the fields of language and education.
Field trip to the Historic Bastakiya
Field trip to the Historic Bastakiya located in the AL Fahedi District of Dubai is a common location visited by the BAID students of the sustainable class. The charming neighbourhood of the area practices vernacular design of the past with local traditional materials, daylit courtyards and some of the restored buildings also include wind towers, a form of traditional air conditioning, an impressive structure, and technology for the students to observe and study. The outcome of the visit is to analyze traditional and local vernacular designs to be able to put into practice the sustainable and environmental lessons learned from the past into modern-day design practices.
Field Visit to the DEWA Sustainable Building (LEED Platinum New Constructions certified Building)
Purpose/objective Allow the students to gain an on-field experience about sustainable and energy-efficient building systems and construction technologies. Outcomes The students received information and data about sustainable building technologies, M&P systems etc. implemented and concretely applied to a real case study.
Workshops conducted by CEC
Workshops conducted by CEC for grade 11 and grade 12 students. We had 60+students from 4 schools:
School Name 1 – Arab Unity School
School Name 2 – Al Khaleej National School
School name 3 – American international School
School Name 4 – Raffles World Acad