Apr 06 2010
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Insight Dubai participants visit Federal National Council
The participants, who are studying a number of themes together in the one week conference, discussed the development of Arabic governance systems. The UAE's combined federal, presidential and elective monarchy was of particular interest to students of international politics and the FNC members graciously and clearly answered their many questions on the structure and functioning of the political system. The aim of this was to equip the students with the knowledge of UAE's cultural and political system.
Falastine Mahmoud, a participant from Jordan commented saying, "The conference gave me the chance to learn more about the National Federal Council. I think Insight Dubai is a good start to raise awareness globally about women's issues."
DWC student Alia Shamlan said, "The most interesting part in the conference was the outdoor events such as Grand Zayed Mosque because it helps international students to learn and discover more about our culture."
DWC is the first academic institution to win the Dubai Quality Appreciation Award in 2006. It also initiated and hosted 6 Insight Dubai conferences, thus empowering women to become global leaders.
About Dubai Women's College
Dubai Women's College (DWC), with more than 2,200 students, is part of the Higher Colleges of Technology (HCT). The HCT is one of the leading higher education institutions in the United Arab Emirates with 16 campuses located throughout the country delivering a wide range of quality programs to over 16,500 students. DWC was established in 1989 and offers Bachelor and Diploma degrees in Business, Information Technology, Education, Health Sciences, and Applied Communications. Today, DWC is the quality provider of top-quality National women graduates in Dubai. DWC's mission is to provide a learning environment for young women to "Practice the Future" by developing confidence, professional excellence and an ethical commitment to leadership roles in a rapidly developing local economy.
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