Mansoor Al Awar: ‘The blended delivery model is the yield of 18 years of continuous innovation in infrastructure ensuring comprehensive smart learning for future innovators.’
Successful combination of synchronous and asynchronous learning signals a leap towards creating a generation that is technologically and scientifically qualified to lead progress and development.
Accredited bachelors’, masters’ and doctoral degrees delivered with the blended smart learning model. Learning becomes anytime and anywhere starting from Fall 2020.
Dubai, UAE, August 26, 2020 – In a unique achievement that marks the culmination of 18 years of innovation and leadership as the first hub of smart learning in the UAE and the Arab world, Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University (HBMSU) announced a first-of-its-kind ‘Blended Delivery Model’ that signals the start of higher learning using the latest technological innovations, a move that falls in line with the UAE’s efforts to ensure the continuity of the educational process in a rapidly changing world.
HBMSU has revealed that it will be receiving learners for the Fall 2020 semester with a new look based on a 100 per cent fully balanced and advanced smart learning model across all of its bachelors’, masters’ and doctoral programs. The move is aimed towards consolidating the university’s pioneering position as an influential force in directing the re-engineering of the future of learning and education while also building an innovative educational system that transforms learners into globally competitive innovators instead of just recipients, in line with the objectives set forth in the National Agenda of UAE Vision 2021.
New Generation of Young Emiratis Empowered to Utilize Next-Gen Tools to Reshape the Future
Lt. Gen. Tamim: ‘We are in constant pursuit of creating a positive environment to further empower our talented youth.’
HBMSU’s Chancellor: ‘We will equip our nationals with all tools required to enhance their contribution to building a bright future for our country.’
Use of blockchain shows HBMSU’s commitment to Emirates Blockchain Strategy 2021 and support for UAE’s bid to become a global hub for advanced technologies.
Partnership between Emirates Talent Association and HBMSU to help prepare UAE’s youth for the next 50 years.
August 09, 2020 – Under the patronage of H. E. Lt. Gen. Dhahi Khalfan Tamim, Deputy Chairman of Police and General Security in Dubai, Chairman of Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University’s Board of Governors (BOG), and Chairman of the Emirates Talent Association, Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University (HBMSU) and Emirates Talent Association recently celebrated the graduation of the 4th ‘Emirati Programmer’ participants. The program’s fourth commencement ceremony is another addition to its achievements in empowering and enabling UAE nationals to fully harness the power of technologies as a means to reshape the country’s future. The celebration was held virtually today (Saturday 08th August) via the Zoom platform.
Sharing leading expertise and accumulated experiences to serve the Egyptian academic community during the ‘Egypt Government Excellence Award’
Mansoor Al-Awar: “Excellence, quality, and innovation, coupled with implementation are essential pillars to enter the new global race towards achieving comprehensive and sustainable development.”
UAE, July 22, 2020 – Dr. Mansoor Al-Awar, Chancellor of the Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University (HBMSU) emphasized the value of innovation and excellence in establishing the foundation of higher education as he discussed the pioneering experiences of HBMSU in becoming an internationally-recognized academic and knowledge institution. The university has become known for redefining the future of learning and education in line with the requirements of the 21st century by providing a unique model that aims to produce a new generation of graduates who are innovators, entrepreneurs, knowledge ambassadors, and future leaders rather than job seekers.
The talk took place during a seminar themed ‘Innovation in Higher Education’ as part of a series of interactive sessions being hosted by the Egypt Government Excellence Award. The session features the ‘Best Government Excellence Practices in the Higher Education’ through the online video platform ‘Zoom’, with the presence of high-profile experts in government excellence.
Dubai, UAE, December 17th, 2018 – The American University in Dubai’s Architecture Department at the SAAD presented “archEatable, A Journey through Architecture and Patisserie,” an innovative course given by Professor Jose Carrilo. This course exposed the students to advanced knowledge in digital design and fabrication by establishing a cross relationship between architecture and pastry making.
On Wednesday, December 19th at 7pm in Dubai’s Design District the finalists presented their designs to a panel of jurors that included esteemed chefs and professors from various professional backgrounds. Each student presentation was be paired with an on-going video of the progress and production of the cakes, documented by students from the Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Communication. The winner of the competition received a certificate of participation and a trophy for the “archEatable Best Cake Award 2018.”
A great competition witnessing the meeting of architecture and pastry art!
India is being seen as the fastest-growing international student target market in the next three years.
Dubai, UAE, October 9th, 2018 – India could overtake China as the fastest-growing international student target market for universities, according to a Dubai study on transnational student mobility and university trends.