Al Falah University

Al Rebat St,Al Garhoud Area,Deira
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Al Falah University or AFU, (Arabic: جامعة الفلاح): Established in 2013, Al Falah University (AFU) opened its doors for its first batch of students in 2015. The university, located in the heart of the Emirate of Dubai, is determined to become one of the nation's leading institutions of higher education. AFU offers a teaching and learning environment generated by a distinguished academic cadre, supported by best practice educational and communications technology, as well as learning resources. In this exemplary educational environment, students will be motivated to understand disciplinary concepts, tools, and data that will prepare them for pursuing more advanced education, or enhancing their professional skills for productive careers which contribute to further national and regional development. The University's current academic programs in the College of Business Administration, the College of Law, the College of Mass Communication and the College of Arts and Humanities have been selected based on established demand from students, the availability of exceptional faculty members with the ability to link theory with practice in their research-led teaching, and the needs of the nation's public and private sectors for graduates in these disciplines. ..More on Wikipedia

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