Academic

HCT-RAK Women’s College hosts Recruitment Week

As part of its Recruitment Week, Ras Al Khaimah Women’s College (RKWC) hosted about 900 students from the local public high schools. Dr. Triona Croke, Dean of Ras Al Khaimah Women’s College, welcomed the students and addressed the importance of planning ...

HCT-RAK Women’s College interviews Student Council Committee candidates

Last week, Ras Al Khaimah Women’s College (RKWC) Student Council Advisor Sumayya Al Rasbi, Student Council (SC) President Sana Mohammed and Vice-Presidents Manar Rashed and Khulood Mohammed, and volunteers from the college’s staff and faculty, started interviewing the RKWC students for the ...


RAK College students learn by doing at local automotive plant

Recently, Bachelor Level 3 Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering students and their teacher, Dr. Zareena Gani, visited the Ashok Leyland plant in Ras Al Khaimah. The field trip meshed well with course requirements that included techniques for selecting materials and testing them ...

RKWC Launches Physical Education Classes

To raise awareness of healthy living, this month the HCT-Ras Al Khaimah Women’s College (RKWC) has started its first ever Physical Education classes. The forty Education and IT students in the pilot LSN 1213 class enthusiastically engaged in a range of ...

SWC students create animation showcase for Sharjah Light Festival

Applied Communications Animation students showcased their work at the recent Sharjah Light Festival (SLF) Design Laboratory. Hosted by the Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority (SCTD), the festival is now in its third consecutive year. The Sharjah Light Festival, which ran from ...

Film competition experts view ADWC student films

A group of eager student film makers assembled recently at the HCT’s Abu Dhabi Women’s College to share their short films with VIP guests. The visitors, Mr. Saleh Karama Al Ameri and Mr. Adel Al Jabri, are leaders of the Abu ...


AD/KCWC faculty practice ‘learning by doing’ between semesters

Leaders and teachers at the Higher Colleges of Technology’s Abu Dhabi/Khalifa City Women’s College (AD/KCWC) met today to explore ways  to increase the “learning by doing” (LBD) philosophy in College classes. Dozens of faculty members prepared brief LBD-themed presentations and shared them at ...

KCWC students perform for female-only audience

About three hundred enthusiastic students attended a women-only performance recently at the HCT’s Khalifa City Women’s College. Three singers who had advanced from previous rounds of a College-wide talent competition performed various numbers in front of their classmates and a panel ...