Does your university as a body have a diversity and equality committee, office and/or officer (or the equivalent) tasked by the administration or governing body to advise on and implement policies, programmes, and trainings related to diversity, equity, inclusion and human rights on campus?

Student Code of Conduct

Canadian University Dubai’s students are the true ambassadors of its Mission and Vision. Students are expected to respect the rights and privileges of others, to maintain professional ethics, and to display honesty and integrity.

Unacceptable conduct includes, but is not limited to:

Unacceptable Conduct: Academic

  • Disturbing teaching activities,

  • Cheating on an exam,

  • Violating examination rules,

  • Plagiarizing assignments or course work,

  • Partaking in academic dishonesty.

Unacceptable Conduct: University Premises

  • Fabricating information in any form, submitting falsified material to any University office, or presenting a false statement in any University disciplinary proceeding,

  • Forging, altering, or misusing a University identification card, documents, or keys without the consent of the relevant authorities,

  • Causing deliberate or thoughtless damage or destruction to University property on or off premises or belonging to others including but not limited to graffiti, destroying or removing advertisements,

  • Unauthorized entry or trespassing,

  • Occupying all or part of any University building, hindering or intimidating any persons, or threatening persons with forcefulness with the aim of: o Hindering or stopping normal functions of the University; o Preventing anyone from going about in a lawful manner; o Stopping specific activities related to the University.

  • Falsifying one’s ID or failing to show ID to an identified official or employee of the University,

  • Failing to obey University officials engaged in University activities,

  • Damaging the reputation of the University through improper conduct,

  • Violating the Acceptable Use Policy,

  • Stealing, being accessory to theft, and/or possessing stolen property,

  • Improper use of University property in a manner contrary to its designated purpose including misuse of accommodation hall amenities and furniture,

  • Disrupting a class, classroom, or other University unit, or campus activity by any means including but not limited to noise, projectiles, or other form of disturbance or disruption,

  • Aiding, abetting, leading, encouraging causing or participating in a riot, including but not limited to food fighting, on University property or during a normal University activity,

  • Removing without authorization or mutilating library materials,

  • Betting: students may not gamble or bet on University property in any way, shape, or form,

  • Bringing unauthorized visitors onto University premises,

  • Disobeying University rules governing the use of its facilities.

Unacceptable Conduct:

Student Safety

  1. Harassing, assaulting, or using physical violence against others,

2. Jeopardizing the safety of others or violating human rights,

3. Participating in individual or group activities that deliberately or irresponsibly cause serious disorder or suffering to others,

4. Possessing dangerous weapons such as, but not limited to firearms, on University property,

5. Intentionally possessing or using a dangerous artifact or substance that could harm or distress any person on University property,

6. Possessing and/or using fireworks,

7. Impersonating another student with or without his consent. Any student who believes that he or she has been the subject of harassment or observed any type of harassment must communicate this incident to the Dean of Student Affairs.

Canadian University Dubai has zero tolerance for any type of harassment.

Ethical Behavior Students are expected to fully adhere to the ethical standards mandated by the University and the laws of the United Arab Emirates. Unethical behavior may include misuse of intellectual property and copyrighted materials; dissemination of false information; inappropriate behavior in class; disrespect towards faculty or other students. Unethical behavior will be treated as academic dishonesty.

Sanctions Related to Violations of Academic Integrity

Fabrication and Ethical Behavior When a fabrication of information or unethical behavior is established, the faculty (or the person who witnessed the unethical behavior) must write a detailed report to the Dean with all related evidence. The Dean will write his/her recommendations to the Disciplinary Committee for appropriate action.

The Model United Nations (MUN) simulates the United Nations forum, with each student representing a country in debates about a range of issues from health and social progress to the economy and global finance.

MUN is an extracurricular association where students can step into the shoes of a United Nations delegate to research and debate solutions to some of the world's most pressing global challenges.

Taking part in the MUN initiative is an excellent opportunity to learn about international issues, diplomacy and inter-government relations, and develop your skills in critical thinking, research and debate.

At CUD, the MUN committee meets on a weekly basis to discuss different global challenges, with each student presenting their country's stance, and working with their fellow delegates to debate and collaborate on workable solutions to current international concerns.

For more information about the MUN at CUD, contact

Meet CUD's Mode United Nations Committee and read the words that have inspired them.

Hala Naser Alnsour


Bachelor of Arts in Communication: Advertising

"You don't have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great. - Zig Ziglar

Janine Ronda Pinto

Internal Vice President

Bachelor of Arts in Communication: Advertising

"Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things." - Peter F. Drucker

Nada Hashish

External Vice President

School of Public Health and Health Sciences

Yasmina Elzagheid


Bachelor of Business Administration in International Business

"Leadership is an action, not a position" - Donald McGannon

Creating and maintaining a healthy balance between your academics and personal life can be a stressful experience. Our Student Counselor is here to guide you through this process and help you overcome challenges, find clarity, build resilience, and reach your goals. She has professional experience and training and is committed to a strengths-based, solution-focused, and multicultural approach to allow you to fully benefit from your university experience and become the best version of yourself.

Common issues university students face include stress, anxiety, time-management, motivation, self-esteem, life transitions, and identity development. With personal counselling, you are given a safe and nonjudgmental environment to discuss, understand, and effectively handle these issues, and any others. While counselling is offered, referrals are provided if further or long-term services are needed.

All sessions are strictly confidential.

At Canadian University Dubai, we are committed to fostering an inclusive environment for students of determination and students with disabilities. If you have a documented physical disability, psychological condition, learning difficulty, chronic illness, or other barrier to your learning, you are eligible for academic accommodations.

We work closely and with absolute confidentiality with students to accommodate their individual needs and ensure they have equal opportunity to reach their maximum potential. Academic accommodations include exam scheduling and time limit extensions, note-taking support, learning resources, and a distraction-reduced environment. These are handled on a case-by-case basis that takes into account the student’s unique needs and the course or programme learning objectives.