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Emirates Aviation University celebrates the graduation of 220 students

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: United Arab Emirates Aircraft: Airplanes

Emirates Aviation University has celebrated today the graduation of 220 postgraduate and undergraduate students.

HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum attended the ceremony and congratulated the students and said: “Emirates Aviation University is distinguished by its academic and educational standards and is renowned for providing superior training programs in numerous fields of the aviation industry. We are confident that each of our graduates today is well equipped with the best knowledge and skills necessary to effectively contribute to the labor force”.

“Congratulations to our students from all around the world who have worked hard work to complete their education. Earning a degree is a big accomplishment and is a platform they will use to pursue their dreams and careers. At the university, we work hard to prepare and equip all our students with the skills and confidence to that they will need to face the ever changing challenges in the modern workforce,” said Dr. Ahmad Al Ali, Chancellor of Emirates Aviation University.

69 graduates were sponsored by The National Recruitment and Development division of the Emirates Group and their specialisations included Bachelor degrees in air transport management, business management, software engineering and aircraft maintenance engineering.



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