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The University of Dubai has announced that it will continue to open registrations and submit scholarship applications for new students, citizens and residents who wish to take advantage of the university’s concessions, including more than 15 grants and various discounts. Programs for undergraduate and postgraduate level.
These grants and concessions fall within the framework of the university’s role in facilitating science and knowledge for the new generation, as it is not a for-profit university and aims to reduce the burden on parents. The University’s College of Engineering and Information Technology has also announced provision for full and part-time scholarships for undergraduate and postgraduate programs in data science, one of the latest masters programs offered by the university, and aimed at digital transformation and state-of-the-art intelligence.
Dr. Nasser Al-Markab, Vice President for Administrative and Financial Affairs, explained that the scholarships offered by the university amount to more than 15 types of educational grants and discounts, the most prominent of which are 3 full scholarships for all years. Study in the name of the late Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, in honor of his name and in gratitude to the sons of the country 50% reduction in tuition fees for all students, and many other scholarships and discounts, including grants from businesses. Adel al-Kamel for five outstanding students who received 95% or more, 50% for children of retired citizens, 10% for children of Citizens and Gulf Cooperation Council countries and those who work in government or have a brother or sister studying at university, 20% Authorities for individuals with special needs and 15% -30% grant for employees of Hamat Al Watan, Abshar, Assad, Faza, Wafer Card, University Employees, Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Dubai Electricity and Water Holders, and their first degree relatives, In addition to the first line of defense, the possibility of financial assistance through scholarship funds for graduates, which was established by the university’s alumni affairs office, and some government agencies sponsor one of these student departments according to their strategy.
The President of the University, Isa Al Bastaki, emphasized the importance and diversity of these grants, and said that the modern and advanced programs offered by the University are in line with its vision and strategic plan, which is consistent with the next fifty. The year plan determined by the leadership to meet the demands of the future labor market.
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