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Emirates Aviation University participates in GETEX 2017

Posted 11 April 2017 · Add Comment

Emirates Aviation University will participate again in this year's Gulf Education and Training Exhibition (GETEX) taking place at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre from 13 to 15 April 2017.

As one of the leading universities in the region, Emirates Aviation University (EAU) will present its wide range of programmes and degrees including aeronautical engineering, aviation management, business administration, and aviation safety & security studies at GETEX.

With thousands of students anticipated to attend the event, EAU’s staff and faculty will be on hand to discuss their individual learning requirements, and how EAU’s academic and industry-ready education and training can help them achieve their aspirations particularly in the aviation industry.

Emirates Aviation University recently announced scholarships on its tuition fees. These are effective immediately and are valid for registration by 31 May 2017. The offers range between a 20% and 50% waiver of tuition fees, and will be granted to all prospective students on foundation, undergraduate, and postgraduate programmes. The university will also provide special offers on student accommodation which will be available in September.

With an expected 35,000 local and expatriate attendees, GETEX focuses on under-graduate and post-graduate education, occupational and industry education, professional development, training, student counselling and career advisory both regionally and internationally.

 

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