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
Nial Farrell
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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    Western Region Careers Fair Attracts Al Gharbia Community

    High school students, their parents and residents flocked to the HCT-Madinat Zayed and Ruwais Colleges on November 13 and 15 for a watershed event on the Western Region calendar – the campuses’ annual Al Gharbia Careers Fair. Hundreds of final-year high ...

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    RUWC Joins Nation to Celebrate UAE Flag Day

    The HCT-Ruwais Women’s College (RUWC)  celebrated UAE Flag Day on November 3 with students wearing badges, scarves and carrying UAE flags while the whole campus was decorated in the colours of the UAE flag – red, white, black and green ...

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    RUWC Family Celebrates Breast Cancer Awareness

    HCT-Ruwais Women’s College (RUWC) students celebrated Breast Cancer Awareness from October 31 to November 2 with a mix of fun and informative sessions. The event started with a doctor providing an informative talk to the students and making them aware of ...

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    ADMAF Roadshow Rolls into Ruwais Women’s College

    HCT- Ruwais Women’s College (RUWC) students were full of energy and excitement when they attended an entertaining roadshow by the Abu Dhabi Music and Art Foundation (ADMAF) on October24. The ADMAF Roadshow showcased a variety of generous programmes and encouraged the students with ...

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    RUWC Students Enjoy Brush with Art

    Foundations Programme student Maryam Mohamed Khamis Salem al Mansoori, has shared her love for art by conducting her “Al Rassama” presentation for other HCT-Ruwais Women’s Campus (RUWC) students, in the campus library on October 26. Maryam’s passion for art blossomed after she ...

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    Engineering Students Have ‘Light-Bulb Moment’ on Sun-Powered Energy Visit

    The Mechanical Engineering Applied Diploma students at the HCT-Ruwais Men’s College (RUMC) have gained valuable, practical experience in the renewable energy sector on visiting the Shams Power Company in Al Gharbia, the Western Region of Abu Dhabi.. The visit to Shams ...

  • Western Region Colleges Students Shine at GITEX 2016 with Shell Eco Marathon Cars

    Western Region Colleges Students Shine at GITEX 2016 with Shell Eco Marathon Cars

    A group of Engineering students from the HCT Western Region Colleges showcased their hands-on learning when they participated at the GITEX Technology Week 2016 exhibition, from October 16-20 in Dubai. The students presented their Shell Eco Marathon cars which competed in ...

  • Western Region Colleges Celebrate World Teachers’ Day

    Western Region Colleges Celebrate World Teachers’ Day

    The HCT-Western Region Colleges celebrated World Teachers Day 2016 on October 5, with fun and friendly gatherings the the Madinat Zayed and Ruwais campuses. Students wrote ‘thank you’ and appreciation messages for their teachers and the day was brought to a ...

  • Western Region Female Engineering Students Hoist HCT Flag at CERN Geneva

    Western Region Female Engineering Students Hoist HCT Flag at CERN Geneva

    Five Electronics and Chemical Engineering students from the HCT-Madinat Zayed and Ruwais Women’s Colleges have travelled to Geneva, Switzerland, not to indulge in chocolates and fine time pieces, but to see, first-hand the operations of CERN, the European Organization for ...

  • HCT’s Western Region Colleges Welcome Students for New Academic Year

    HCT’s Western Region Colleges Welcome Students for New Academic Year

    The HCT-Western Region Colleges organized interactive and informative Orientation Programs for the intake of new students starting at HCT for the 2016-17 academic year. The Ruwais campus hosted the new students on August 16, while the Madinat Zayed campus opened its doors ...

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