The College of Business and Economics (CBE) at the United Arab Emirates University (UAEU) honored 41 UAE government and public entities, which trained CBE students in the academic Year 2017/2018. The honoring ceremony came in appreciation of their efforts in honing the students’ professional skills to meet the needs of the job market by preparing qualified national cadre to work in UAE’s various vital sectors.
Professor Mohammed Madi, Vice Dean, CBE, explained the significant role of the CBE’s strategic partners in the educational process and how they enhance the practical aspects of learning outcomes. He asserted that the UAEU, the University of the Future, is keen to strengthen effective partnerships in order to achieve its educational mission of enhancing the UAE’s national economy. This can be done through offering internship opportunities to CBE students and assist them in developing their skills that are required by the job market in various fields of Business and Economics to achieve the UAE’s aspirations of providing national cadre who can contribute to building the UAE’s knowledge-based economy.
Professor Madi pointed out that the university provides its partners with international research results in the areas of economics and management sciences. In return, UAEU acknowledges the role these partners play in offering students the opportunities to have their internship programs at their institutions and benefit from their expertise.
On the sideline of the honoring ceremony, two students, Nouf Alshamsi, Economics and Finance Department, and Meera Al Kaabi, Business Administration Department shared their internship experience in the Scotland Winter Course. Sara Al Qahtani also presented her experience of being qualified for the final of the World’s Corporate Finance Woman competition by global EY. In addition, a video was played, showing UAEU’s milestones.
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