Ittihad University - (Private)
Ittihad University adopts the credit-hour system which has been adopted to suit the needs and values of the Arabic and Islamic society and which is capable of meeting the requirements of the labor market in the UAE particularly and in the Arab region in general.
IU considers independent learning as a target and a skill to be achieved through direct access to diverse information sources such as references, journals and magazines that have been made available in the University library and other sources such as the electronic library providing access to information technology sources through the Internet.
The University is keen on maintaining a positive academic relationship between students and faculty members through striking a balance between academic supervision on the one hand, and the students’ self-reliance in choosing their program of study as well as relevant courses, on the other hand. In order to foster this relationship, students are linked to the University Intranet, which is connected with the Internet. This makes it possible for them to communicate with instructors and to keep abreast with the latest news and developments related to a particular course.
The University also seeks to develop the students’ personalities so as to make them positive and active in a modern society and to become leaders in the practical sphere of life. This can be achieved by providing them with a broad scientific background and through specific and specialized programs and activities. IU has agreements with a number of Arab and international universities with the aim of exchanging information and expertise. These links also help facilitate the transfer of students from one university to another and offer opportunities for IU graduates to pursue their graduate study abroad.
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