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DIACDepartment of Immigration and Citizenship (Australia)
DIACDubai International Academic City (United Arab Emirates)
DIACDubai International Arbitration Centre (United Arab Emirates)
DIACDefense Intelligence Analysis Center
DIACDedicated Inquiry Access Code (Bluetooth)
DIACDiode for Alternative Current (electricity)
DIACDefense Industry Advisory Council
DIACData Interpretation Analysis Center
DIACDurham Integrated Arts Camp
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The university will accommodate a total of 5,000 students at full capacity and will be the largest private university campus spanning 700,000 sq ft space in DIAC.
DIAC is constantly adapting to change, with a particular interest in research.
A decade after its launch, DIAC became an international education hub with 23 universities from nine countries.
The universities at DIAC, in direct response to industry demand, added an additional 35 degrees to their existing portfolio - particularly STEM subjects such as engineering, along with tourism and hospitality and accounting, he added.
Again these time limits are a little tighter than those of DIAC or the ICC and the parties will need to be alert to the need to progress this stage of the proceedings with urgency.
Approximately 15,000 students are currently enrolled into the various programmes offered at the campuses within DIAC.
Unlike the proposed changes to the DIAC Rules, which have been widely circulated in draft form, no proposed changes to the previous DIAC statute were circulated prior to its enactment as far as the authors of this article are aware.
Found in DIAC amongst other universities, BITS Pilani's Dubai campus stands out as an educational institution that has a rich and well-experienced background in teaching engineering and technology and producing bright minded and knowledgeable graduates.
DIAC also provides services for settling national and international commercial disputes by using Methods of Alternative Dispute Resolution in accordance with the rules and by-laws issued under the provisions of this statute or in accordance with the rules agreed upon by the parties in the dispute.