More than 81,000 certificates awarded so far by the Ministry of Education & HBMSU
HE Dhahi Khalfan: “Our country offers the world a model to follow by enabling the education system to respond efficiently & effectively to emerging shifts & challenges”
Mansoor Al Awar: “HBMSU continues to take the lead in providing quality education for all societies, supporting the UAE leadership in serving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”
92,000 affiliates in “How to become an online tutor in 24 hours ” and ” design an online course in 24 hours” in a record time
United Arab Emirates, March 24th, 2020 – Marking yet another achievement in establishing a strong foundation for distance learning initiatives, Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University (HBMSU), in cooperation with the Ministry of Education, continues to equip teaching and academic professionals from inside and outside of the UAE with skills needed to manage and operate online classrooms via the internet. The University’s courses are receiving an overwhelming response with over 92,000 participants from more than 60 countries registering for the two free online e-courses, which are available in English and Arabic. The success of the two courses titled ‘How to Become an Online Tutor in 24 Hours’ and ‘Design an Online Course in 24 Hours’ led to 6,300 discussion sessions, with more than 81,000 certificates distributed so far. The highly positive response received by the two courses reflect their global impact and success as a first of its kind initiative that has been designed to upskill teaching professionals by enabling them to provide quality distance education, in accordance with international best practices and in less than 24 hours. In addition, the growing popularity of these courses also underscore the UAE’s achievements in establishing distance learning as a strongest pillar to ensure the continuity of education, in view of the developing circumstances around the world.
H.E Lieutenant General Dhahi Khalfan Tamim, Deputy Chairman of Police and General Security in Dubai and Chairman of HBMSU’s Board of Governors, pointed out that the UAE offers the world a great model that is capable of redefining the education system and enabling it to respond efficiently and effectively to emerging global changes and challenges. He added that preparing academic professionals to lead education in the digital era remains at the forefront of the UAE’s strategic priorities in order to ensure easy access to quality education. This kind of education will prepare younger generations to achieve academic excellence at the global level and will contribute to shaping the future of the country in line with the insightful vision of our wise leadership.
UAE, March 15, 2020 – In line with
the UAE’s efforts to implement a ‘Distance Learning’ initiative, the Ministry
of Education, in cooperation with Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University (HBMSU),
has successfully qualified more than 42,000 affiliates who recently underwent e-training in distance
learning within the last 24 hours. The participants completed the ‘Be an online
tutor in 24 hours’ course that was launched online to provide necessary
training to teaching and academic personnel of various levels about online
education processes, including managing and operating online classrooms via the
internet and helping acquire the necessary experiences related to how to use
modern technology techniques to fully perform their roles. More than 22,000
certificates have been issued, in an unprecedented achievement that serves the
goals of the national agenda for UAE Vision 2021 in developing a high-level
educational system that ensures the investment of human capital in innovation,
leadership and knowledge in line with the requirements of the digital era.
The outstanding results of the
initiative can be attributed to the close cooperation between the UAE Ministry
of Education and HBMSU to launch two online training courses, with an aim to
enhance the distance learning system and ensure its continuity. The initiative
also helped improve the management of online learning in order to overcome
current and future challenges, while also reinforcing the UAE’s leadership in
the transfer of smart learning capabilities, reflecting an educational system
that is among the best in the world. Following the successful completion of the
first course, the second session, titled ‘Design an Online Course in 24 Hours’
is set to begin this week. The free course in both Arabic and English has been
designed to further improve academic professionals’ ability to provide quality
distance education in accordance with international best practices.
UAE Consulate General in Hong Kong organizes gathering in partnership with Chinese General Chamber of Commerce
Participants commend Dubai’s bid to become global capital of Islamic economy
Joint efforts to promote opportunities in Islamic finance in line with sustainable development goals
UAE, 19 December 2018 – In a bid to promote UAE-China relations in Islamic finance, Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University (HBMSU) joined a roundtable discussion hosted recently by the UAE Consulate in Hong Kong. Apart from Islamic Banking and Finance, the roundtable also looked into the pivotal role of the UAE in China’s ambitious Belt and Road initiative that aims to economically & commercially link more than 60 countries. The gathering, which was held in cooperation with the China General Chamber of Commerce, received remarkable attention as the first-of-its-kind event to be hosted in Hong Kong, in line with the joint efforts between the UAE and China to cooperate in the recruitment of promising opportunities within the Islamic economy, in light of the Chinese initiative to connect the markets of Asia, Europe and Africa and guide them in the service of the goals of sustainable development.
of the Governing Board of Institute for Information Technologies in Education (IITE)
UAE, 03 November 2018 – UNESCO has issued a decision to renew the chairmanship of Dr. Mansoor Al Awar, Chancellor of Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University (HBMSU), to the Governing Board of the UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education (IITE). The renewed term covers a period of four years and will end on 31 December 2021. Dr. Mansoor Al Awar was unanimously elected as Chairman of the Governing Board by members of the Council in 2014.
UAE-Chinese efforts to employ Islamic banking to serve ‘One Belt, One Road initiative
Great step towards encouraging constructive dialogue of alternatives to enhance growth & sustainability of Islamic banking
Conference to be held in conjunction with ‘Islamic Economic Week’
Global Islamic economy set to reach USD 3 trillion by 2023
HBMSU committed to enhancing knowledge, research & academic exchange between UAE & China
UAE, 29th October 2018 – Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University (HBMSU) announced the completion of preparations for the launch of the China-UAE Conference on Islamic Banking and Finance (CUCIBF III) for the third consecutive year under the theme, ‘The potential for participative economy and financial system: growth, development, integration, and cooperation.’ The conference, set to take place on November 7 and 8, 2018, aims to strengthen knowledge, civilizational, cultural and economic exchanges with China. The event is a major milestone in the consolidation of efforts to support Islamic financing between the UAE and China, highlighting shared interest of both parties to employ Islamic economy model to achieve the objectives of the ‘One Belt, One Road’ initiative in resuscitating the global economy and direct it to serve comprehensive and sustainable development. The conference is the result of cooperation between the Ministry of Economy of the UAE; HBMSU’s Dubai Center for Islamic Banking and Finance; Dubai Islamic Economy Development Centre; China Islamic Finance Club; ZhiShang Inter-culture Communication; and Thomson Reuters as a knowledge partner.