Companies need to work with schools to educate their future employees about the range of opportunities that exist in STEM areas, says Swati Vats, Computer Engineer, Robert Bosch Middle East.
Injazat, a market leader in digital transformation and wholly owned by Mubadala Investment Company – Abu Dhabi’s sovereign investor – …
Emirati women have made significant achievements across the STEM domains with the strong support and encouragement from UAE’s leadership and the equal opportunities provided to them, according to Sarah bint Yousif Al Amiri, Minister of State for Advanced Sciences.
The French space agency has opened an office in Abu Dhabi making it the first foreign space agency to open a representative office in the country.
Under the agreement with the Ministry of Artificial Intelligence, Dell EMC will train 500 Emirati students under a specialised AI programme, supervised by an executive team.
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has launched the 4th edition of the two-year programme, Qiyadi, designed to enrich the knowledge and diversify the skills of Emirati engineers.
EastNets has announced the appointment of Luay Gadallah as the company’s new chief technology officer.
Emirates Global Aluminium (EGA) has announced that it will provide internships for 30 Emirati university and high school students this summer, giving them valuable work experience to enhance their career prospects.
Airbus and the Al Bayt Mitwahid Association have handpicked 18 Emirati students to travel to Hamburg, Germany as part of the Future Scientists 2018 initiative.
Emirates Global Aluminium has announced that its hands-on STEM learning programme ‘Engineer the Future’ reached 8,000 high school students during the 2017-2018 academic year.