The United Arab Emirates University (UAEU) has successfully orchestrated all necessary preparations to kickstart the academic year 2023-2024, signaling the institution’s commitment to adhering to international academic benchmarks. A total of 4,764 fresh male and female students have undergone the admission and registration procedures across the university’s diverse colleges and academic programs.
Dr. Suad Al Marzooqi, the Associate Provost for Students’ Affairs, affirmed the seamless execution of essential protocols to welcome and cater to the student body for the forthcoming academic session. To streamline the reception process for new students, the Student Affairs Sector, in partnership with pertinent departments, introduced a comprehensive program named “Marhaba Al-Saa.” This initiative began with the warm reception of female students at the Al Ain campus.
Transportation logistics have also been meticulously organized, with a fleet of buses arranged to transport students from various emirates to the Al Ain campus. The welcoming activities extended over subsequent days, encompassing online advisory sessions and a visit to the college fair. The week culminated in the finalization of academic course registration for the respective majors, setting the stage for a productive academic term.
“The university administration has been keen to provide the necessary aspects of university life across its facilities, beginning from the students’ initial campus entry. This commencement aligns with the creation of an engaging educational environment that propels sustained academic achievement. Our approach resonates with the national strategic goals, set forth by our wise government, for the UAEU – our National University – the University of Future Pioneers. We strive to enhance educational outcomes in line with the latest and highest international academic standards, while concurrently supporting sustainable national development endeavors,” underscored Dr. Al Marzooqi.
The influx of new students has been distributed across various colleges and academic programs, exemplifying the university’s commitment to a comprehensive and diversified educational experience. The numbers are as follows: 488 in the College of Business and Economics, 141 in the College of Education, 953 in the College of Engineering, 367 in the College of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, 1224 in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, 704 in the College of Information Technology, 272 in the College of Law, 150 in the College of Medicine and Health Sciences, and 465 in the College of Science.
As the academic year unfolds, UAEU remains steadfast in its dedication to fostering an enriching and impactful educational journey for its students, aligning with the nation’s strategic vision and aspirations for the future.