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Emirates Aviation University honours its graduates

Posted 16 January 2020 · Add Comment

Emirates Aviation University celebrated its 30th graduation ceremony, honouring more than 243 students.

 

Held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, chairman and Chief Executive, Emirates Airline and Group, the graduation ceremony took place at the university’s campus in Dubai Academic City.

 

The graduation ceremony was attended by Dr Ahmad Al Ali, Vice-Chancellor of Emirates Aviation University, Mohammed Mattar divisional senior vice president Emirates Airport Services, Adel Ahli manager engineering training, Professor Liza Bayliss- Patt from Coventry University, officials and government representatives, family and friends of the graduates.

 

Dr Ahmad Al Ali, vice-chancellor of Emirates Aviation University said: "The graduation ceremony is one of the most significant and meaningful events in the University’s calendar, I would like to congratulate all students and wish them all the luck in their careers. EAU continues to grow both nationally and internationally. We are proud to have become the first university in the region to be awarded the Royal Aeronautical Society validating our BSc Aeronautical Engineering and BEng Aerospace Technology/ Mechanical Engineering programmes. Further we have achieved European Aviation Safety Agency "EASA" accreditation for our Applied Bachelor in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering. Both these accreditations provides graduates with the necessary skills to be able to excel in the aviation engineering industry anywhere in the world."

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