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MAHE Dubai to host open house this July 5

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Jul. 04, 19 | 9:56 am

Filipino parents and kids who intend to have their kid pursue their studies here in the Middle East can now enjoy a glimpse of the Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE) as it will be holding its Open House this coming July 5, from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Dubai International Academic City.

Undergraduate course that students can take include (but not limited to) BTech Engineering (Chemical, Civil, Computer Science, Mechanical, Mechatronics, Electrical, & Electronics), BCom, BA Humanities (Psychology, Sociology, Literature), BSc Information Systems & Management, Bachelor of Design, Bachelor of Architecture, BA Media and Communication, BSc Biotechnology, BSc Food & Nutrition Science, and many more.

In addition, MAHE is also offering special scholarship exclusive for Filipino students who will qualify.

Hailed as one of the most prestigious and award-winning educational institutions, MAHE recently added another feather to its cap as Forbes Middle East honored MAHE’s Dubai Campus with the award of ‘Outstanding Support for Students’ at the Forbes Middle East Higher Education Awards 2019.

MAHE Dubai is the offshore campus of MAHE, India – the best Private Indian University as per the QS World Rankings 2019 and the second-best Private University as per the NIRF Rankings of Government of India 2019. MAHE Dubai Campus delivers higher education to over 2000 students from over 40 nationalities in the streams of Engineering, Business, Design & Architecture, Media & Communication, Life Science, and Arts & Humanities. Over 4000 students have graduated from MAHE Dubai campus since its inception in 2001.

Students and families interested to know more can call 04 429 0888 or 800 6832 or email them at [email protected] . More details are also available at their website at www.manipaldubai.com .

 

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