Applied Communications

DMC Organises Third Annual Students’ Sponsorship Fair

The Higher Colleges of Technology Dubai Men’s College (DMC) recently organised the third annual student’s sponsorship fair, which included companies, local organisations and entities which exhibited opportunities for student sponsorship during their school years in college. It also provided training requirements, ...

Moza shows fashionable side at 2014 Abu Dhabi Festival with major award

Sharjah Women’s College (SWC) final-year Fashion student Moza Obaid Khamis Bihail Al Suwaidi,  won the Abu Dhabi Festival Visual Art Award 2014 for her inspirational art project entitled  ‘Power of the Palm’. The Abu Dhabi Festival Visual Arts Award seeks to nurture talent ...

SWC Applied Communications students gain experience at IGCF 2014

HCT-Sharjah Women’s College (SWC) students from the Animation Programme recently participated in The International Government Communication Forum (IGCF) 2014 IGCF is an annual event to benchmark Sharjah’s Media and Communications mandate against global best practices. Six Animation Programme students participated as ...

SWC students’ creations exhibited at Innovator 2014 in Abu Dhabi

HCT-Sharjah Women’s College (SWC) Applied Communication (Animation) students showcased their work at the recent Innovator 2014 Competition in Abu Dhabi. As some of the HCT participants, SWC Animation students’ projects, Fascinating Islamic Gates and The Visual Sound of Islamic Patterns were ...

HCT-Dubai Colleges Launch Library Week

The Higher Colleges of Technology – Dubai (HCT-Dubai) launched the annual Library Week which aims at encouraging students and faculty to interact and utilise the wide variety of resources and materials available at the HCT-Dubai libraries. Library Week’s main goal is ...



HCT-DMC Hosts Cultural Exchange Experience with Japanese Students

HCT, Dubai Men’s College’s (DMC) Applied Communication faculty members and students recently hosted a cultural exchange experience with a group of students and their Professor from Meiji University, Tokyo, Japan. The visit began in the morning with a welcome reception from ...