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SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT - STUDENTS

Think Science Ambassadors participate in Intel ISEF in Los Angeles

Posted on 22/05/2017

Ten young Emirati youths have participated in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, Intel ISEF, the largest international pre-college science competition in the world, which took place in Los Angeles, USA from 14th to 19th May. The Think Science Ambassadors showcased their science and technology projects which covered a wide range of innovations including the use of Moringa seed to purify water, removal of heavy metals from waste water using Zeolite, Graphene-based solar panels ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Girl Guides raise AED 23,000 for orphans

Posted on 26/02/2017

The Sharjah Girl Guides (SGG) successfully concluded its annual "Cookie for a Cause" campaign, raising AED23,000 for orphans through the Sharjah Social Empowerment Foundation, while highlighting the importance of community values and social responsibility. SGG guides (aged between 12 and 15) and brownies (aged between 7 and 11), sold over 1,100 packs of cookies, provided by the renowned bakery Zo's Kitchen, for AED20 each at the American University of Sharjah, the University of Sharjah and the ...  >>MORE

Emirati students visit Airbus manufacturing facilities in France

Posted on 28/12/2016

Four Emirati high school students visited the Airbus headquarters and Airbus Training Centre in Toulouse, France, as part of an induction visit organised by Airbus Middle East, in partnership with the General Civil Aviation Authority, GCAA, and the UAE Ministry of Education. The visit aimed to promote appreciation for the aerospace sector and instil a passion for science, technology and engineering among the young Emirati nationals. The Airbus Training Centre in Toulouse plays a key role in ...  >>MORE

UAE Deputy Prime Minister meets Emirati students in France

Posted on 23/11/2016

PARIS: H.H. Lt. General Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior, met here yesterday a group of Emirati students who are studying at various French universities and institutions. The Deputy Prime Minister conveyed the greetings and best wishes from the UAE leadership to the students who are on government-funded scholarships. He described the students as a source of pride for their country. He also added that the UAE government pays great attention ...  >>MORE

Lughati Cup 2016 for Sharjah students launched

Posted on 31/10/2016

Lughati, the Sharjah-based initiative dedicated to supporting Arabic learning the smart way, has unveiled ‘Lughati Cup 2016,' a competition which aims to improve the Arabic language skills of primary school students in Sharjah. The initiative comes in alignment with Lughati's objectives to empower students through learning Arabic language skills and promoting Arabic as a culture and behaviour in all walks of their lives. Lughati Cup 2016 is being organised as part of Lughati's first ...  >>MORE

Historic win for UAE team at the 'F1 in Schools' World Finals 2016

Posted on 27/10/2016

A team of students from Dubai picked up a coveted award in the finals of the international design competition, 'F1 in Schools, The Formula One STEM Challenge'. Created to instill excellence in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, STEM, the annual competition challenges students from all over the world to create their own Formula 1 team, which then designs, constructs and races scale model cars. The ‘Knighthawks' team from the Indian High School in Dubai won the 'Best Engineered ...  >>MORE

Eyal Zayed delegation visits Emirati patients in Houston hospitals

Posted on 31/08/2016

HOUSTON: A UAE delegation has visited a number of Emirati patients who are receiving treatment in Houston in the United States. The visit is an initiative of the organisers of the Eyal Zayed (Zayed's Sons) gathering during their stay in the United States in preparation for the Future Leaders Student Forum, which kicks off on 4th September in Los Angeles. The delegation included Mohammed Khalifa Al Hamli, Scholarships Co-ordination Office Director and Chairman of Students' Forum abroad, along ...  >>MORE

More students benefit from EGA summer training programme

Posted on 22/08/2016

The annual Summer Training Programme at Emirates Global Aluminium (EGA) drew to a close on 11th August, 2016, with a total of 22 students from high schools and universities across the country having benefited from one month's real-life work experience at the company's midstream aluminium businesses in the UAE. The EGA Summer Training Programme provides a platform to achieve both ambitions, gives students experience-based insight into professional life and enriches their skills base through ...  >>MORE

TCA gets ready to welcome students to its annual Tourism Youth Summer Programme

Posted on 21/07/2016

Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority, TCA Abu Dhabi, is geared up to accept a fresh batch of students to its annual Tourism Youth Summer Programme, an ongoing project that aims to find and inspire the next generation of tourism professionals for Abu Dhabi. The three-week course will run from July 24th to August 11th and will incorporate both instructional workshops and seminars, as well as work placement for all attendees, where all students will gain first-hand experience into the ...  >>MORE

Students to enjoy fair entitlements and benefits upon hire, HoHRE decree

Posted on 14/07/2016

Saqr Ghobash, Minister of Human Resources and Emiratisation, has issued a Decree empowering students to complete training periods and fill positions in the private sector after obtaining their work permits. Conditions of the Decree stipulate the need for written consent by the guardianship of student aged between 12 and 18 years for training purposes, similarly to those aged 15 to 18 seeking a work permit. The Decree grants new (national and foreign) students similar conditions, in terms of ...  >>MORE

32 Emirati students to visit Germany, S. Korea, China for 6 weeks

Posted on 10/07/2016

Thirty-two male and female students participating in the advanced level of the UAE Youth Ambassador Programme, run under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, yesterday began a series of visits to Germany, South Korea and China from 9th July-19th August. The programme is run by Abu Dhabi Crown Prince's court in coordination with the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi’s Petroleum Institute shows talent beyond energy

Posted on 23/06/2016

The Petroleum Institute in Abu Dhabi is about much more than its name might suggest. Close to 2,000 Emirati students are enrolled at the engineering school – all future employees of Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) – and they're being encouraged to diversify their skill sets into innovation and entrepreneurship, to prepare for a future beyond petroleum. The students' creativity was recently put to the test when final-year undergraduates presented the prototypes they have been developing ...  >>MORE

An opportunity to express love for UAE

Posted on 22/06/2016

A nationwide initiative titled ‘Express your Love for UAE' will be launched on Wednesday. The initiative, which will include 45 expressions of love for the UAE, was conceptualised by the Khalifa Empowerment Programme for Students (Aqdar) to coincide with preparations for 45th National Day on December 2. "This initiative embraces a new vision that aims to deepen effective communication across the many aspects of the UAE community, citizens and residents, providing them with the opportunity to ...  >>MORE

Saif bin Zayed witnesses signing of two MoUs on innovation and student awareness

Posted on 01/06/2016

H.H. Lt. General Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior, witnesses on Tuesday, the signing of two Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs). The first MoU, which was inked between the Khalifa Student Empowerment Programme and Sheikh Zayed Private Academy, aims to activate the National Charter for Students' Awareness of the Khalifa Student Empowerment Programme "Aqdar", to serve the priorities envisioned by the UAE. The second MoU between the Ministry of ...  >>MORE

Careers UAE brings unique opportunities to Emirati students

Posted on 16/05/2016

From 16-18 May at Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC), students and recent graduates will have a unique opportunity to have hands-on experiences in the job market at Careers UAE 2016. This year's event will play host to a number of events that will give those searching for a career, an advantage over the competition. Whether youth will be entering the market in the next year, or they are simply getting a first glimpse of their future options, Careers UAE is an invaluable asset to those starting ...  >>MORE

10 Emirati youth win Special Award for Sustainability at Intel ISEF

Posted on 15/05/2016

Ten young Emirati youth (6 females and 4 males) won special award for sustainability in the prestigious Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF), the largest international pre-college science competition in the world, which took place in Phoenix, Arizona – USA between 8 -13 May 2016. The 10 budding innovators, showcased their science and technology projects which covered a wide range of innovations such as wastewater treatment for environmental protection, self-healing ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Dialogue stresses co-operation on labour recruitment transparency

Posted on 12/05/2016

Senior officials from member states in the Abu Dhabi Dialogue on Labour, commenced their meetings on Wednesday in Dubai to discuss transparency over labour recruitment, ensure legal, fair and transparent applications in job markets of labour-receiving countries. Organised by the permanent headquarters of the Abu Dhabi Dialogue in the UAE, the meetings were attended by the representatives from Bangladesh, Bahrain, India, Indonesia, Kuwait, Malaysia, Nepal, Oman, Pakistan, The Philippines, ...  >>MORE

Nahyan bin Mubarak, Lubna Al Qasimi open Zayed University CACE exhibition at Manarat Al Saadiyat

Posted on 12/05/2016

Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture and Knowledge Development, Sheikha Lubna bint Khalid Al Qasimi, Minister of State for Tolerance and President at Zayed University, inaugurated on Tuesday the College of Arts and Creative Enterprises (CACE) exhibition for Zayed University senior students at Manarat Al Saadiyat yesterday. The inauguration ceremony was also attended by Professor Reyadh Al Mehaideb, Vice President of Zayed University, Dr. Marilyn Roberts, Acting Provost of ...  >>MORE

Khalifa University organises challenging emirates skills competitions

Posted on 12/05/2016

Khalifa University will organise six challenging competitions as part of Emirates Skills 2016. The Emirates Technology and Innovation Competition (ETIC) takes place at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) from May 10 to 12. This is the fourth year that the University organises the challenging contests, which pit student teams against each other in a series of exciting tests, in cooperation with the Ministry of Education. Categories this year include: Computer Programming, Cyber ...  >>MORE

Vocational pupils use EmiratesSkills event to showcase their abilities

Posted on 12/05/2016

Vocational pupils use EmiratesSkills event to showcase their abilities More than 500 budding Emirati carpenters, florists, welders, electricians, landscape gardeners and other vocational pupils competed in the EmiratesSkills National Competition on Wednesday. The annual event, organised by the Abu Dhabi Centre for Technical and Vocational Education and Training, is meant to showcase the special skills acquired by Emirati students, aged 17-21, from across the country. The competition is also ...  >>MORE

Zayed Future Energy Prize educates young people about sustainability at Think Science Fair

Posted on 18/04/2016

Young people from across the UAE have been given an insight into how much energy it really takes to power their everyday lives, at the Think Science fair in Dubai, yesterday. In a drive to increase high school student participation in sustainability projects, the Zayed Future Energy Prize provided young people with two interactive activities that showcase the true cost of energy generation through exercise. The activities offered young people the opportunity to learn about sustainability ...  >>MORE

Khalifa University students showcase unique energy "harvesting" bridge

Posted on 18/04/2016

Khalifa University students, with sponsorship from Masdar, recently travelled to North Carolina to take part in the American Society of Civil Engineering, ASCE, 2016 Carolinas Conference, which took place at A&T University. While attending the conference, the students, who are all seniors in the University's Civil Engineering and Mechanical Engineering programmes, took part in the regional qualification rounds for the 2016 National Student Steel Bridge Competition, where they were placed 4th ...  >>MORE

Nahyan bin Mubarak presents Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak Awards for Excellence to 37 girls from the GEMS schools

Posted on 12/04/2016

Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture and Knowledge Development, has awarded the Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak Awards for Excellence to 37 girls from the GEMS network of schools in the UAE. The annual awards show was launched by GEMS in 2005 to honour H.H. Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak, Chairwoman of the General Women's Union, Supreme Chairwoman of the Family Development Foundation and President of the Supreme Council for Motherhood and Childhood, for her contributions to the ...  >>MORE

Zayed University initiative to boost students’ confidence and reduce stress

Posted on 07/04/2016

A new initiative at Zayed University aims to give students greater self-awareness and confidence, reduce stress and increase positivity. The Happiness Project started in February, just before the announcement that the government was to appoint its own Minister of Happiness. Reem Al Kindi, senior student leadership and development co-ordinator at Zayed University, and project manager, said many participants had already come closer to understanding their true goals and callings since the ...  >>MORE

Khalifa Empowerment Program for students and Nissan sign MoU to raise road safety awareness

Posted on 05/04/2016

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between Aqdar - the Khalifa Empowerment Program for Students - and Nissan, representing a partnership that focuses on raising awareness of road safety issues among the youth, particularly the students' community in the UAE. The MoU was signed by Colonel Expert Dr. Ibrahim Mohammad AlDabal, General Coordinator of the Khalifa Empowerment Program for Students, and Samir Cherfan, Managing Director of Nissan Middle East, at a special ceremony in ...  >>MORE

HCT prepares students to join space industry and knowledge economy: VC

Posted on 23/01/2016

Dr. Abdullatif, Al Shamsi, Vice Chancellor of the Higher Colleges of Technology (HCT), has outlined the HCT's priorities for the next five years, which include preparing a generation of academically, scientifically and professionally qualified engineers to meet the requirements of a knowledge-based economy, advanced technology and the space industry. ‘'Our ambitions have no boundaries, and they evolve to keep pace with future aspirations and visions of the wise leadership and the rapid changes ...  >>MORE

Youth across UAE join student exclusive, first-of-a-kind Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week event

Posted on 21/01/2016

The Student Exclusive – a first-of-its-kind youth event at Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week (ADSW) – drew hundreds of students from across the United Arab Emirates for the January 19 event. Supporting ADSW's mission of raising awareness about sustainable development across the Emirates, the event represented an important gathering of students on sustainability in the UAE, as part of the Middle East's largest conference on sustainability. Dr. Ahmad Belhoul, CEO of Masdar, the host of ADSW, said, ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week in schools set for another successful year

Posted on 17/01/2016

Thousands of students will participate in a thrilling 5-day event as Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week in Schools (ADSWS) launches fun-filled, educational activities tomorrow in schools throughout the emirate. The initiative, which is a collaboration between Mubadala, Masdar and the Abu Dhabi Education Council, is an educational programme that aims to increase awareness of sustainable development and encourage youth to pursue STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education and STEM ...  >>MORE

Khalifa University student becomes first Emirati engineering student to secure Rhodes Scholarship

Posted on 05/01/2016

Khalifa University student Fahad Al Shaibani has become the first Emirati engineering student to secure a Rhodes Scholarship after submitting a successful application for the prestigious award, which gives a small cohort of gifted and talented international students the opportunity to study at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom. The scholarship will support Fahad for two years while he studies for a Graduate Degree at the university, which is widely recognised as one of the best ...  >>MORE

Emirati students scoop top awards at Egypt science competition

Posted on 22/12/2015

Two Emirati students have brought home awards from a regional science competition held in Egypt over the weekend, including the prize for second place overall. Combined, the two female students won three awards at Intel's Arab World Science Competition in Alexandria, after presenting their projects on recycling and renewable energy. They competed against 130 students from 11 countries across the Middle East and North Africa. Student Maryam Al Hashmi from Al Ittihad Private School in Dubai ...  >>MORE

Mohamed bin Zayed meets Emirati students in China

Posted on 14/12/2015

BEIJING: His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, met in Beijing yesterday with a group of Emirati students in the Chinese universities and colleges. During the meeting attended by H.H. Lt. General Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior, and H.H. Sheikh Hamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Chief of the Abu Dhabi Crown Prince's Court, Sheikh Mohamed was briefed by the ...  >>MORE

Cop21 talks prove an eye-opener for Abu Dhabi students

Posted on 11/12/2015

Three Abu Dhabi masters students from the Masdar Institute are getting front-row seats at the Cop 21 climate change talks. Noora Abdulrahman, Maryam Al Mazrouei and Mohammed Al Ghailani are in the French capital for the talks that could yet turn out to be historic if concrete policy agreements can be reached. Ms Abdulrahman, who is researching 3-D printing,has been using the talks to look at what other major players in the renewables sector are working on. "It's really an engaging time. ...  >>MORE

Talented Emirati students join high level delegation at Harvard University for panel discussion on polio

Posted on 18/11/2015

CAMBRIDGE: Image Nation Abu Dhabi, one of the leading entertainment companies in the Middle East, partnered with the prestigious Harvard University to host a panel discussion on the plight of polio and the United Arab Emirates' ongoing work to help eradicate the crippling disease. The event was attended by Emirati students based in Boston and Cambridge MA, representing the future leaders of the UAE and global health professionals. The new Consul General of the UAE in Boston, Salem Al Shamsi, ...  >>MORE

Five Abu Dhabi Women’s College students climb Japan’s Mount Fuji

Posted on 06/11/2015

Five Higher Colleges of Technology - Abu Dhabi Women's College, ADWC, students recently became the first group of female Emirati students to climb Mount Fuji in Japan. The group, from the college's Adventure Club, reached the summit of Japan's highest mountain, at 3,776 metres, after a twelve-hour climb. The final push of the two-day climb began at 1 a.m. in complete darkness, with only the light from their headlamps to guide them, so the group could catch the magnificent sunrise above the ...  >>MORE

Science contest registration open for Emirati students, innovators

Posted on 02/10/2015

Emirati students and innovators have little over a month to register for the 2016 Think Science competition organised by the Emirates Foundation, with the support of the Ministry of Education and the Abu Dhabi Education Council (Adec). The nationwide challenge is open to Emiratis aged between 15 and 35 and is meant to encourage the UAE youth to develop, design and build science-based innovations. Just as in previous years, the 2016 competition will comprise three interrelated projects ...  >>MORE

Students from Abu Dhabi’s Petroleum Institute on the edge of an engineering breakthrough

Posted on 04/09/2015

Casually ask a group of female students from Abu Dhabi's Petroleum Institute what first drew them to science and they answer in unison, somewhat indignantly: "Engineering. We're engineers.” Yes, of course, duly corrected. These students of chemical and petroleum engineering are mostly prospective 2016 graduates and will be the sixth batch of female students to have gone through the Petroleum Institute's programmes since it opened its doors to women eight years ago. The group are just back ...  >>MORE

Khalifa University students experience the world of clean energy

Posted on 27/08/2015

Five Khalifa University students recently had the opportunity to delve into the world of clean energy during their internship with British energy company, Amec Foster Wheeler. Hussain Abdullaziz, Hind Alhamiri, Budour Al Yammahi, Alanoud Alabdouli, and Abdelaziz Alzaabi, were all chosen to travel to the UK in order to gain hands-on experience with a wide variety of sustainable energy options that the company is involved in. The month-long visit gave students the opportunity to be introduced to ...  >>MORE

Emirati students conclude Journey of Discovery study tour in Germany

Posted on 24/08/2015

Eight female students from the Petroleum Institute in Abu Dhabi visited Germany, from Friday, 14th to Saturday, 21st of August, as part of a study trip. It was the fourth year that Wintershall, the largest crude oil and natural gas producer in Germany, has supported this extracurricular activity. The focus of this trip was technology "made in Germany", with a particular emphasis on traditional exploration and production methods used to recover natural resources. "It was a pleasure for ...  >>MORE

Under Mansour bin Zayed's patronage, 400 Emirati students engage in YES to Work initiative

Posted on 24/08/2015

As many as 400 Emirati male and female students participated in the third and final week of phase 5 of the YES to Work initiative at Yas Mall for the summer 2015. Launched and run by Abu Dhabi Centre for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (ACTVET) under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs, the Start to Work Initiative targets passionate Emiratis eager to learn and polish their intrapersonal skills and ...  >>MORE

UAE students conclude INSEAD's summer program in France

Posted on 22/08/2015

A [email protected], the first INSEAD business program, designed and developed in partnership with the Abu Dhabi Education Council (ADEC), to cater specifically to outstanding high school students, has concluded in France. From 2nd to 20th August, 2015, 25 ADEC young high-school talents along with another 20 international students had the opportunity to attend an intensive summer course at the INSEAD Europe campus in Fontainebleau, France. Speaking on the final day of the program via a live TV ...  >>MORE

Emirati students reach for the stars

Posted on 16/08/2015

For Ahlam Al Qasim and Fatema Al Khouri the sky isn't the limit – they have big plans to go farther. The Emiratis have returned from a two-week internship with the Italian Space Agency (ISA) and now hope to forge a career in the industry and play a part in the UAE's Mars mission. "I've been interested in space science ever since I was a kid,” said 19-year-old Ahlam. "I used to do my projects on the planets and the solar system and I started from there. I was especially interested in Mars.” ...  >>MORE

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Think Science Ambassadors participate in Intel ISEF in Los Angeles


Sharjah Girl Guides raise AED 23,000 for orphans


Emirati students visit Airbus manufacturing facilities in France


UAE Deputy Prime Minister meets Emirati students in France


Lughati Cup 2016 for Sharjah students launched


Historic win for UAE team at the 'F1 in Schools' World Finals 2016


Eyal Zayed delegation visits Emirati patients in Houston hospitals


More students benefit from EGA summer training programme


TCA gets ready to welcome students to its annual Tourism Youth Summer Programme


Students to enjoy fair entitlements and benefits upon hire, HoHRE decree


32 Emirati students to visit Germany, S. Korea, China for 6 weeks


Abu Dhabi’s Petroleum Institute shows talent beyond energy


An opportunity to express love for UAE


Saif bin Zayed witnesses signing of two MoUs on innovation and student awareness


Careers UAE brings unique opportunities to Emirati students


10 Emirati youth win Special Award for Sustainability at Intel ISEF


Abu Dhabi Dialogue stresses co-operation on labour recruitment transparency


Nahyan bin Mubarak, Lubna Al Qasimi open Zayed University CACE exhibition at Manarat Al Saadiyat


Khalifa University organises challenging emirates skills competitions


Vocational pupils use EmiratesSkills event to showcase their abilities


Zayed Future Energy Prize educates young people about sustainability at Think Science Fair


Khalifa University students showcase unique energy "harvesting" bridge


Nahyan bin Mubarak presents Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak Awards for Excellence to 37 girls from the GEMS schools


Zayed University initiative to boost students’ confidence and reduce stress


Khalifa Empowerment Program for students and Nissan sign MoU to raise road safety awareness


HCT prepares students to join space industry and knowledge economy: VC


Youth across UAE join student exclusive, first-of-a-kind Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week event


Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week in schools set for another successful year


Khalifa University student becomes first Emirati engineering student to secure Rhodes Scholarship


Emirati students scoop top awards at Egypt science competition


Mohamed bin Zayed meets Emirati students in China


Cop21 talks prove an eye-opener for Abu Dhabi students


Talented Emirati students join high level delegation at Harvard University for panel discussion on polio


Five Abu Dhabi Women’s College students climb Japan’s Mount Fuji


Science contest registration open for Emirati students, innovators


Students from Abu Dhabi’s Petroleum Institute on the edge of an engineering breakthrough


Khalifa University students experience the world of clean energy


Emirati students conclude Journey of Discovery study tour in Germany


Under Mansour bin Zayed's patronage, 400 Emirati students engage in YES to Work initiative


UAE students conclude INSEAD's summer program in France


Emirati students reach for the stars