Vice Chancellor Prof. Sabouni notes university’s key achievements in 2009
ALHOSN University, a leading Abu Dhabi-based university dedicated to high-quality, value-based education, is holding its 2nd Commencement Exercises on Wednesday, November 18, 2009 at Emirates Palace Auditorium.
The Ceremony Organizes under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces and Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Executive Council, the ceremony conferring degrees on a total of 166 students. The graduates comprised 93 males, 25 of whom received Masters Degrees, and 73 females, 12 of whom were given Masters Degrees.
“It is always inspiring to see our youth blossom into learned men and women who are eager to contribute to the development of society. The world is currently facing several challenges which require the vision and energy of the younger generation to resolve. Today we wish our graduates well as they assume greater responsibilities in their respective communities,” said Professor Abdul Al Rahim Sabouni, Vice Chancellor, ALHOSN University.
Prof. Abdul Rahim Sabouni, ALHOSN University Vice Chancellor and CEO, noted the institution’s key achievements in the social, environmental, technological and educational fields in 2009 during his graduation speech. The institution was able to enhance its online student services, expand its academic programs and personnel, hold the first university-led conference for women engineers and construct an additional building within the year. The newly-formed ALHOSN University Alumni Association was also formally introduced to the audience during the ceremony.
ALHOSN University started operations in 2005, accepting students of all nationalities to its mostly technical academic programs. It currently offers 11 undergraduate and 7 graduate programs in three faculties, accredited by the UAE Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research. Its City Campus includes the Men’s Campus, the Women’s Campus, Library Building, Lectures Building, the Engineering Labs Building, and a newly-built Studio Building.