Al Ain University introduce its programs at NAJAH exhibitions

Al Ain University (AAU) participated in the exhibitions "Najah Abu Dhabi" and "Najah Dubai", the most prominent and leading higher education events in the region, which are held from 27th to 29th October at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) Abu Dhabi, and from 31st October to 1st November at Expo Dubai 2020, in order to communicate with larger student audience for introducing AAU’s various academic programs and scholarships.

The university exhibited visitors with a variety of its programs licensed by the Ministry of Education in the UAE in the fields of engineering, pharmacy, law, education, business, and media. Where the university offers 17 bachelor's programs and 8 master's programs, in addition to a postgraduate professional diploma in teaching. Through its participation in Najah exhibitions, AAU seeks to reach the largest possible segment of students to review the educational opportunities offered by AAU that enable them to take the next step in their university journey, and to introduce them to academic programs offered, various scholarships, facilities, and services provided by AAU in order to prepare a unique learning environment for students.

The visiting students were able to meet the staff of the Student Recruitment Unit and clarified their inquiries regarding registration, they also had the opportunity to submit the online admission application.

It is noteworthy that Al Ain University is keen to participate in the Najah exhibition annually, as it is the most important exhibition in the country in the field of higher education, which enhances direct communication with students and reflects a better picture of AAU at all levels. The opportunity to enhance communication with students this year was phenomenal, due to the university’s participation in their two exhibitions, especially since the Najah Dubai exhibition was held at Expo 2020, which is an vital platform for university employees to communicate with members of the outside community.


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