Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development was launched by a UN Summit in New York on 25-27 September 2015 and is aimed at ending poverty in all its forms. The UN 2030 Agenda envisages “a world of universal respect for human rights and human dignity, the rule of law, justice, equality and non-discrimination”. It is grounded in the Universal Declaration on Human Rights and international human rights treaties and emphasizes the responsibilities of all states to respect, protect and promote human rights. There is a strong emphasis on the empowerment of women and of vulnerable groups such as children, young people, persons with disabilities, older persons, refugees, internally displaced persons and migrants. The agenda’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), and their 169 targets, aim at eradicating poverty in all forms and “seek to realize the human rights of all and achieve gender equality”.

As a portal to Canadian education, CUD offer accredited undergraduate and graduate degree programs based on a Canadian curriculum and education principles. Students are provided with a positive environment for study that is conducive to entrepreneurship and research, as well as a non-conventional approach to teaching and learning. The Canadian University Dubai (CUD) has a strong commitment to supporting the sustainable development goals.

Canadian University Dubai recognizes the quality of education as a right for all, providing its university community with the best resources in education to prepare quality professionals who contribute to the community. CUD also provides educational resources to people who do not study at the University. CUD offers bookstores and virtual courses to people who do not belong to the University at no cost, CUD constantly holds educational events with open doors.

For CUD, health is essential for the progress of the community, the student, members staff and local community can access different health services offered by the University and whose purpose is to care for the well-being of each person. Students and members staff have a health center at the University to attend for any type of health-related issue, additionally CUD carries out health campaigns for people who do not belong to the University, in these campaigns basic check-ups are carried out, hygiene and oral health for free.

CUD supports gender equality and diversity for students, staff members, and visitors who come to the University. CUD protects the rights of the members of the University through policies that promote and care for human rights in this way the same opportunities are offered to all since CUD is a fair educational institution in all administrative and academic processes that are carried out in the University .

Canadian University Dubai has established numerous partnerships with private and public-sector organizations from across the UAE, as well as international corporations with an established presence in the country. These partnerships are a result of collaboration, complementary interests and common goals, and have helped bring mutual benefit to the University and its partner organizations. CUD offer expertise and harness our resources as an institution of higher education, to support the strategic objectives of our associates and collaborators.