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Emirates Aviation University to host open days

Posted 31 July 2017 · Add Comment

Emirates Aviation University will be hosting two Open Days to provide prospective students and their parents insight into the wide variety of courses on offer at the university, along with the opportunity to speak to academic staff from each subject area.

The first Open Day will take place on August 3 at the Sheraton Abu Dhabi from 10 am to 4 pm. This is the first time that the university hosts an Open Day event in Abu Dhabi, catering the increasing demand from students across the UAE. The second Open Day will take place on the 12th of August at the university campus in Dubai Academic City from 9am to 1pm.

"Open days are an ideal opportunity for prospective students and their parents to find out more about the University, programmes, facilities and accommodation, which will be available starting September. We're looking forward to welcoming interested students,” said Dr. Ahmed Al Ali, Chancellor of Emirates Aviation University.

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