Yearly Archives: 2007

Foundation Health students turn out for charity drive

The Health Sciences Division at Sharjah Women’s College held a successful Activity and Charity Day on the campus on Christmas Day, with proceeds going towards helping handicapped children in the UAE. An assortment of goods ranging from cosmetics to ...

Upcoming engineers compete in World Skills Competition

Four Dubai Men’s College Engineering students represented the UAE in the 39th International World Skills competition held in Shizuoka, Japan last month. In the internationally acclaimed biennial skills competition, young professionals compete in more than 45 skills categories ...


HCT joins European Foundation for Management Development

The Higher Colleges of Technology (HCT) are proud to announce their newly attained membership of the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD). The EFMD is an international organization, based in Brussels, with more than 650 members from ...

Striking silver in Dubai Film Festival awards

Loud applause greeted Sharjah Women’s College media student Shaika Thani as she walked down the red carpet at the Madinat Jumeira on 15 December 2007 to accept her silver statue in the Nokia MBC2’s Movies for Motion ...

Graduate Wins Barclays Bank Award

Abu Dhabi Women’s College (ADWC) graduate Shaima Musaddaq Ahmed Abdulmanea Banafa has received the Barclays Bank Award for Best Student in HCT’s Business Information Technology Program. The award is given to the Higher Colleges of Technology ...

2007-08 Student Council officials elected

At recent meetings of the HCT Executive Student Council, students were elected into official positions for the 2007-08 academic year. Ibrahim Al Hamdi from Abu Dhabi Men’s College was elected HCT Student Council President, Mansour Salem from ...

Students design OPEC website

Six Abu Dhabi Women’s College students had the privilege of designing the web site for the 146th Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) Conference held in Abu Dhabi on 3­5 December. The opportunity to design the site arose when OPEC ...