Dubai Men's College - (State)
Dubai Men's College was opened in 1989 as part of the Higher Colleges of Technology. The college is committed to providing a high quality, career-oriented education for UAE Nationals in a dynamic and positive atmosphere that encourages creative and constructive thought.
Currently there are more than 2000 enrolled students. The number of HCT graduates has dramatically increased from 64 in 1992 to 4375 in 2005. As for DMC the number of graduates increased from 21 in 1993 to 532 in 2005. To date DMC has awarded around 3300 graduation credentials. Many of those graduates have received more than one credential and they are employed and participating in the national workforce of the country.
Dubai Men's College offers more than 35 programs in different fields. Each program lasts between three to four years which leads to Diplomas and Higher Diplomas in the schools of Communication Technology, Engineering, Business and Information Technology. There is also Bachelor in Applied Science degree in Business Administration, Information Technology, Engineering Management, Construction Engineering and Communication Technology. These programs are geared to the needs of local business and industry and are benchmarked against international standards.
Program relevance is maintained with the participation of the Employer Advisory Committees for each program in the college. They meet twice a year to discuss the material of programs and needs of the industry in order to be incorporated in the program. The colleges are also developing affiliations with the tertiary educational institutions and validating bodies in other countries in order to maintain international program standards and to facilitate the transfer of HCT graduates to programs of advanced study abroad.
Diploma Foundations, Higher Diploma Foundations, Diploma English, The Higher Diploma English, Business Information Technology , Computer Network Technology, Computer Information Processing, Aircraft Technology, Civil Engineering, Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering Technology and Engineering Management.