Ruwais Colleges

The HCT-Ruwais Women’s College was opened in 2008 in the Western Region town of Ruwais as a sister college to the HCT-Madinat Zayed Colleges. It offers a similar range of courses to the Madinat Zayed Colleges.

It was established to reduce travel time for students living in more distant locations who are keen to undertake post-secondary studies. The college is therefore ideally situated to serve students from Ruwais, Sila, Ghayathi and surrounding towns.

The HCT-Ruwais Men’s College was opened in 2009 to meet the growing demand for evening courses to support the many National employees in the petrochemical industries of Al Gharbia, who wanted to further their studies and gain Bachelor and Master degrees. Due to this increasing demand by potential students it is now the fastest growing college in the HCT system.

Director
Dr Hashim Al Zaabi
Year Opened
2008

Men’s College

Enrolments
202 (Semester 1, 2015)
Credentials Awarded
136

Women’s College

Enrolments
273 (Semester 1, 2015)
Credentials Awarded
232

Men’s College

ProgrammeDegree
Business
Business AdministrationBachelor of Applied Science
Computer Information Science
Information Systems (Business Solutions)Bachelor of Applied Science
Engineering Technology & Science
Applied Engineering Technology (Chemical)Diploma
Mechanical Engineering TechnologyBachelor of Applied Science
Electronic Engineering TechnologyBachelor of Applied Science
Chemical Engineering TechnologyBachelor of Applied Science

* Subject to review. Please contact the college for more information

Women’s College

ProgrammeDegree
Business
Business AdministrationBachelor of Applied Science
Business Administration (Human Resource Management)Bachelor of Applied Science
Computer Information Science
E-Office Support & AdministrationDiploma in Applied Computer & Information Sciences
Engineering Technology & Science
Applied Engineering Technology (Chemical)Diploma
Electronic Engineering TechnologyBachelor of Applied Science
Chemical Engineering TechnologyBachelor of Applied Science

* Subject to review. Please contact the college for more information

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