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Emirates Aviation University launches new business programmes

Posted 6 September 2017 · Add Comment

Emirates Aviation University (EAU) is now offering five new business programmes, responding to the demand for specialised, high-quality business related degrees.

The new programmes address a broad spectrum of business majors leading to broader career opportunities for students when they graduate.

The new business programmes are: Business Administration, Business with Accounting and Finance, Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Business with HR Management, Business with Marketing. All degrees are dually awarded by EAU in partnership with Coventry University and complement the existing other programmes offered by EAU Business School.

“Business degrees are extremely popular with both students and prospective employers. In addition to the aviation and aerospace programmes on offer at EAU, our business programmes enable students to explore careers in a broad set of industries and areas of employment, such as government, health, education, and in the private and corporate sectors. We are always keen on providing the best for our students and we will continuously work on developing new programmes in line with international standards and best practices, layering on to our already popular aviation engineering and aviation management degrees,” said Dr. Ahmad Al Ali, Chancellor of Emirates Aviation University.

Emirates Aviation University recently hosted two Open Days in July, where it provided prospective students and their parents insight into the wide variety of courses on offer at the university, and they also had the opportunity to speak to academic staff from each subject area. Moreover, they also had the chance tour the university’s state-of-art campus, which includes workshops for various aviation engineering majors, aircraft electronics and mechanical engineering, as well as dedicated sports areas and indoor halls. Student accommodation are now available for those who need to stay within the campus.

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