In the first landmark step towards capitalising the huge potential towards a robust and resilient bilateral partnership that opens the doors to a plethora of markets across the globe, India and UAE have signed the Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement. It is estimated that the trade opportunity will grow to about 100 billion dollars on the back of Openness, Opportunity and Growth.

Ajman University is pleased to announce that it has been recognised as an Apple Authorised Training Centre (AATCE). The selection criteria for AATCE are highly rigorous, and demonstrate an institution’s ability to provide the best possible training and opportunities to students, in the fast-growing digital sector.

Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) and Oman Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation (MoHERI) launch an extensive technical mentorship program for a selected group of talented students from Sultan Qaboos University (SQU) to be held at the Center of Excellence for Advanced Telecommunications Technology and IoT (CoE) in Oman at Innovation Park Muscat.  

The United Arab Emirates University has made a qualitative ‎leap in the academic research during 2021, which is a year ‎full of many research achievements and scientific ‎innovations. The academic research is a fundamental pillar ‎through which the university seeks to provide the capabilities ‎to achieve the university's vision of being a research-intensive ‎university.‎

Qatar University renews its partnership with global technology leader, Thales, to continue with the development of innovative cybersecurity solutions, upskill local youth and protect the country against emerging cyber threats. Thales ambition is to be the trusted partner of Qatar in cybersecurity delivering customized solutions to ensure Qatar’s sovereignty.

Emirates NBD Group, a leading banking group in the MENAT (Middle East, North Africa and Turkey) region has launched a new and exclusive graduate program called “Ruwad.” It is the largest investment the bank has ever made in a single talent management program. It is also the first of many initiatives to be introduced in response to the government’s federal NAFIS program, announced as part of the UAE’s “Projects of the 50”.