AcademicsJanuary 27, 2021 2022-07-15 5:26
The university of Dubai has 3 different colleges in addition to the college of general Studies
Dubai Business School
The University of Dubai’s Business School is accredited locally in the UAE by the Ministry of Education and internationally by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). AACSB accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in business education and has been earned by less than 5% of the world’s business schools. Other international schools that have this prestigious accreditation include Harvard Business School, London Business School, and others.
Dubai Business School offers a BBA Degree in: Accounting, Finance and Banking, Management, Marketing, Human Resources Management, Entrepreneurship Management, Supply Chain and Logistics Management, and Business Economics.
UD also offers a graduate program in Business Administration (MBA).
College of Engineering & Information Technology(CEIT)
College of Law
The College of Law was established in 2014. In this short period of time, the College has been able to generate tremendous interest in the Master of Laws (LLM) program and attract a good number of students.
Since Dubai is a hub for investments and services, our present programs have been designed to cater specifically to this market. The University of Dubai recognized that there is a shortage of local manpower, well-versed in settling disputes arising from these investments and the illegal activities that could arise as a result of these investments, hence the University taken up the task of creating this manpower. Thus, the College offers two LLMs delivered in English, one focused (track) on Arbitration and Dispute Resolution and the other on Financial Crimes and Money Laundering. The two tracks can be combined so that a student will have the option to earn an LLM with dual concentrations.
The General Undergraduate Curriculum Requirements (GUCR) program is designed to enable students to successfully pursue their studies in their majors and to gain general required skills, values and attitudes needed in order to excel in their respective areas of specialization and to broaden their background knowledge in areas outside their major disciplines.
the University requires that all students must complete several credit hours of course work to reach desirable levels of competency and proficiency in important skill areas such as English, mathematics, computer and internet use, information literacy, critical and creative thinking and interpersonal communication skills.
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
If you are looking for a culturally, intellectually, interesting, and stimulating environment to enhance your education, then you may want to consider our PhD programs in university of Dubai.
General Undergraduate Curriculum Requirements Program (GUCR)
The GUCR program consists of courses which students take at the start of their program of studies at the university, usually before they begin their core courses in Business or Information Technology. GUCR provides required courses in English and mathematics, as well as other required courses. In addition, GUCR offers courses in natural and applied sciences, humanities and the social sciences. Students choose among these courses in order to complete the electives in the general curriculum requirements.
The university’s general requirements are designed to equip students with skills that they need in order to succeed in their academic specializations while they are at the university and in their working careers after graduating. GUCR courses also give students the opportunity to broaden their knowledge in areas outside their academic specializations.
English courses are taught by GUCR faculty members in the GUCR.
If you are a new student at UD, or planning to be, the faculty and staff of the GUCR program welcome you and hope that you will share the values that we try to embody in our courses: curiosity about the world, commitment to lifelong learning, honesty in all our endeavors, awareness of our own cultures, and tolerance towards other cultures and societies. We hope that we will be able to offer you a useful and stimulating educational experience in our courses, with plenty of time for personal interaction between instructors and students.
Tests in English and Mathematics
The University of Dubai accepts the TOEFL, IELTS and Pearson tests of English as a second language for entry. Please see the Admissions section for required scores on these tests. Students need to have score reports sent to the University ahead of their anticipated enrollment. Students may contact the Registration department for more details about referrals for English placement tests and training for English tests.
GUCR administers placement tests in mathematics for new students, except for those who have their scores on international tests sent directly to the university.
To register for any required mathematics placement tests, and to pay fees for mathematics tests, new students should consult the UD Registration Department on the 6th floor. For more information about admission requirements regarding English and mathematics, see Admissions.
Students do not “pass” or “fail” these placement tests. The tests simply allow the university to decide which mathematics or English course is suitable for each new student. After you have taken a placement test you will be informed about which course is right for you to register in.