2020 has been a challenging year for most of us and especially for students, having to grapple with virtual forms of learning, distant from both professors and classmates. One of the most important aspects of learning in a classroom is the face-to-face interaction with professors and co-students. We learn when we listen, but we learn more when we interact.
The 2020 QS Top University Arab Rankings were announced in October, and Ajman University is now among the top 45 institutions in the region. In additional select ranking categories, AU placed 2nd for international students, 10th for international faculty, and 30th for employer reputation.
The UAE is an up-and-coming art and design arena. With projects such as the Louvre Abu Dhabi, the Guggenheim, as well as high-profile annual events Art Dubai and Art Abu Dhabi, the region is fast becoming a cultural destination, with a unique link between the global East and West. Creative minds from the region, as well as the world, flock here to take stock of innovations in art and design, and both collectors and professionals have set out to discover local artists.
Choosing the right university takes time. The process requires careful deliberation and ideally should begin at the start of a student’s graduating year in high school. In order for an application to stand out, every step requires time and attention.
- Pick From Over 80 Clubs, Societies And Communities at Ajman University
In addition to academic pursuits, joining clubs in a university is an important part of a student’s growth. The experiences help students develop, both personally and professionally. Such opportunities compliment student life, providing them with the opportunities to learn beyond a traditional classroom-and-lecture setting. At Ajman University there are over 80 clubs to choose from, that help shape the diverse student culture across campus.
Ajman University (AU) has earned a reputation as a top producer of the most capable and rigorous minds in the UAE and the region. Students from AU’s various engineering undergraduate programs in the UAE repeatedly take top honors at events and competitions, which has earned the engineering college vast recognition for academic excellence. All of AU’s engineering programs are accredited by the UAE’s Ministry of Education. The Bachelor of Science programs in Biomedical Engineering and Electrical Engineering are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, the global accreditor of college and university programs in applied and natural science, computing, engineering, and engineering technology.
The Bachelor of Law degree from Ajman University (AU) is one of the best law schools in the UAE. Offered in Arabic, the program is aimed at giving native speakers an understanding in the basics of law, as well as an introduction to the legal framework governing the UAE and neighboring GCC countries.
The study of interior design offers a robust understanding and analysis of the elements and components that go into decorating a space - from color schemes and fittings, to sourcing and styling furniture. Through the College of Architecture, Art and Design, Ajman University (AU) offers one of the best interior design programs in the UAE. The undergraduate degree incorporates elements of design history and architectural compliments influencing interiors. Additionally, the program features technical courses on both freehand and CAD-based drawings, as well as modules on model building, lighting, and acoustics, among others. One of the most comprehensive programs in the region, AU’s interior design degree requires students to fulfil internships as a prerequisite to graduation.
Offered by the College of Humanities and Sciences, the Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) degree is a four-year undergraduate program offered at Ajman University (AU). In a country where the population is a melting pot for multiple cultures, nationalities, and ethnicities, the accredited bachelor’s degree in education from AU provides other educational institutes and language centers in the UAE with proficient, qualified English language teachers.
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13 – The number of universities in the region that made the cut on the “Top 150 Under 50”.