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Students to benefit from UQAIB review

DUBAI — Students looking to join university programmes in Dubai will soon have access to information on the quality of courses offered by higher education providers in the educational free zones.

Armed with degrees

Aisha Yaqub recently completed her bachelor’s course in digital production. She decided to opt for a second bachelor’s course in journalism after which she plans to do a double master and complete her formal education with a doctoral degree.

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Armed with degrees

Aisha Yaqub recently completed her bachelor’s course in digital production. She decided to opt for a second bachelor’s course in journalism after which she plans to do a double master and complete her formal education with a doctoral degree.

Education

Young entrepreneurs present their big ideas

A dream is reality on a blank canvas. What you achieve depends on how big you dream? With this passion and resolve, two ambitious and creative minds — Reena Banerjee and Nidhi Bansal — set out to do something unique.

Education

Demand for student discounts

Many students in Dubai are strapped for cash and live a low-cost life in the fast-paced city. Allowances are limited and barely enough to meet high living costs. Food, electricity bills, travel expenses and stationery top their list of priorities, and with few subsidies and discounts on offer, most students find the going getting tough by the end of the month.

Education

Demand for student discounts

Many students in Dubai are strapped for cash and live a low-cost life in the fast-paced city. Allowances are limited and barely enough to meet high living costs.

Education

The making of a new-age journalist

DUBAI - Media training is at the crossroads as more and more journalism schools are relooking their course offerings. Experts say innovations in digital technology and the explosion of social media have created new jobs and changed the way journalists work.

Education

The making of a new-age journalist

DUBAI - Media training is at the crossroads as more and more journalism schools are relooking their course offerings. Experts say innovations in digital technology and the explosion of social media have created new jobs and changed the way journalists work.