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Emirates Aviation University receives NQA qualifications recognition

Posted 10 February 2016 · Add Comment

Emirates Aviation University has received recognition of its qualifications from the National Qualifications Authority (NQA).

The federal authority’s acknowledgement will provide the university with a significant recognition on a national level, positioning Emirates Aviation University as the first provider for vocational and applied qualifications in the UAE. 

NQA’s recognition is a great achievement and a milestone in the history of Emirates Aviation University. This will be warmly welcomed by our students and graduates who can now continue their education knowing that their bachelor or master degrees will be fully attested and recognised across the UAE,” said Dr Ahmad Al Ali, vice-chancellor of Emirates Aviation University (EAU).

“The accreditation will also allow us to expand our national reach and meet the changing needs of the aviation and education industries at a time when the demand for both is expanding globally.”


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