BUiD

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BUiDBritish University in Dubai
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The CBCP course to be conducted at BUiD campus will start on April 28, 2019 until May 2, 2019.
The new four-year undergraduate programmes, especially the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and AI, are expected to attract a large number of students to the university, according to the Abdullah Al Shamsi, vice-chancellor of BUiD.
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Etihad ESCO CEO Ali Al Jassim signed the agreement with BUiD Vice Chancellor Prof.
Etihad Esco CEO Ali Al Jassim signed the agreement with BUiD vice chancellor Prof Abdullah Al Shamsi during a ceremony organised at Etihad Esco's headquarters.
Ghaziabad (Uttar Pradesh) [India], Nov 20 ( ANI ): The Uttar Pradesh Shia Central Waqf Board has come up with a proposal wherein they suggested to buid Ram temple at disputed Ayodhya site and the mosque in Lucknow.
Officer at BUiD. "We needed to reduce the strain on our IT resources while
BUiD students have had papers accepted that will cover various aspects of Sustainability in the UAE such as Energy Reduction, Passive Design strategies, Bio-mimicry which is design inspired by nature, amongst diverse other topics.
The British University in Dubai (BUiD), the Middle East's top research-based postgraduate university has announced the success of its biannual student visit to The Welsh School of Architecture (WSA) at Cardiff University, a trip supported by leading design firm, Atkins.
The region?s leading research based university, BUiD, will work closely with major corporate clients to create tailored educational and practical programs that will provide a continued professional development route to enhance participant?s roles in the workplace.
Islamic banking practice performed better and showed greater resilience during the recent economic crisis than conventional banking practice, according to new research released by The British University in Dubai (BUiD), a leading research-based postgraduate university.
Islamic banking practice performed better and showed greater resilience during the recent economic crisis than conventional banking practice, according to new research by The British University in Dubai (BUiD), a research-based postgraduate university.