In order to mitigate the potentially devastating consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic and to help future students and their families, Ajman University will host the open week initiative for students from 22th to 26th August 2021. The open week will be held in Sheikh Zayed Centre at Ajman University campus. The event will provide future students and their parents an opportunity to gain information about the programs offered at the university. During the open week, the students will be offered a 100% admission fees waiver, up to 25% discount on selected Bachelor programs when applying to the Colleges of Architecture Art and design, Business Administration, Engineering and Information Technology, Humanities and, Law, Mass Communication and Pharmacy and Health Sciences. 50% discounts for graduates of Ajman University on joining one of the selected graduate programs.
Ajman University chancellor, Dr. Karim Saghir, said, "The university has offered a number of up-to-date programs to cope with the job market requirements. These programs have been accredited by the Academic Accreditation Commission at the Ministry of Education.”
Ajman University offers a Master of Public Relations and Corporate Communication within the College of Mass Communication, a Master of Science in Artificial Intelligence, and Bachelor of Science in Data Analytics within the College of Engineering and Information Technology, where we invite the students to discover their passion and future aspirations through these new majors at the university.
Dr. Karim added, “Ajman University, out of its commitment to social responsibility, offers up to 100 percent discount on tuition fees for the determined ones or special needs students.”
It is worth mentioning that the 2022 QS World University Rankings lists AU among the top 750 universities worldwide, making it one among only 2.5% of the universities in the world to earn this distinction. AU is ranked among the top 8 universities in the UAE.
AU is the world’s 4th most international student and 6th most international faculty.
The university has also made significant progress in terms of academic reputation and reputation among employers in the marketplace.