Does your university as a body deliver programmes to recruit students/staff/faculty from under-represented groups?
Many universities in the UAE offer scholarships and grants to recognize leadership potential and outstanding academic achievements. In 1999, H. H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid announced the creation of scholarships for studying in the American University in Dubai for eligible students. This step reflects the government's commitment to education as the driving force in the accomplishment of Dubai's and the UAE's public agenda.
Special Needs Scholarship
We at Canadian University Dubai pledge to provide an inclusive learning environment and to support the cognitive, emotional and creative development of students with disabilities. Special needs may be justified by physical or other disabilities. Students eligible for a Special Needs Scholarship will benefit from a tuition reduction of up to 30%.
The scholarship application is reviewed by and subject to the scholarship committee’s discretion
Canadian University Dubai (CUD) aims to support the development of the UAE by promoting a culture of lifelong learning as part of its corporate and social responsibility. Therefore, CUD is pleased to offer the following value added education incentives to our participating corporate partners.
The Key to Success – Value Added Services
Graduate Programs (MBA)
Academic Excellence (Undergraduate)
CUD Triumphs in Model United Nations Competition
International Business student, Ginevra Nencha, has taken the title of Best Delegate at the UAE students’ Model United Nations (MUN) conference held recently in Dubai.
As part of CUD’s community engagement , we have teamed up with the LINK Organization. The LINK,’ is a non-profit UAE initiative providing an active community platform where women from different ages and backgrounds can find support to advance professionally and to share workplace challenges,
The Dubai Real Estate Institute and The Impact Hub Dubai have announced the fifth round of the enterprise competition, Emirati Launchpad, at a recent presentation to students at Canadian University Dubai (CUD).
The challenges posed by city sprawl were the subject of an intensive week of debate and action planning for a group of students from Canadian University Dubai (CUD) who took part in a recent event to introduce young people to the principles and practices of leading change in global society.
The Global Leader Experience, led by UK-based leadership development organization, Common Purpose, was hosted by DP World and brought together university students from across the UAE in an invaluable experience that saw them receive guidance and mentoring from leading business executives as they worked through the four-day challenge.