Canadian University of Dubai inaugurates CUD Hub in celebration of National Day


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The Canadian University of Dubai (CUD) has inaugurated the next phase of its City Walk campus expansion as part of the institution’s celebrations to mark the 50th National Day of the United Arab Emirates. Honoring the traditions of the nation through art, music, drama, poetry and cuisine, the university community has come together in the new CUD Hub to pay homage to the nation with a spectacular presentation of shows and performances. patriotic festivities.

The annual UAE National Day event celebrates the country’s peace, progress and prosperity, under the leadership of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates, and His Highness the Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai.

The ceremony at CUD began with the UAE’s national anthem and a large traditional dance demonstration. The opening proceedings were followed by an address by the Chancellor of the University, Buti Saeed Al Ghandi, who welcomed guests for the first time to the new building on the CUD campus. The CUD Hub is the centerpiece of the institution’s new development at City Walk and includes an extensive library, as well as a wide range of high-tech labs, from science and engineering to psychology and communications, as well as architectural studios and a manufacturing laboratory.


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Al Ghandi said, “Over the past 50 years, the UAE has charted a path to success that we will continue to pursue for the next 50 years and beyond. Our leaders had a vision to create a happy city, country and society, beyond anything else. Today we celebrate that history and the future to come.

He continued, “Our accomplishments as a university – ranking among the top 2% in the international QS ranking and number one in Dubai, and number 25 in the Arab region ranking – are driven by the success of our leaders, who have inspired and helped us to go further. I hope our students will take these foundations forward, to find their own success in the future.

As part of the celebrations, Dr Ahmed Al Ali, professor at the Canadian University of Dubai, spoke about the pride of the nation and the legacy from which citizens and residents draw their determination. An elaborate exhibit by CUD’s Music and Dance Club paid tribute to EXPO 2020 Dubai, and attendees were invited to indulge in traditional Emirati cuisine and engage with the club’s national color illustrations. university arts

The festivities at CUD Hub mark the second phase of the University’s campus expansion; the first phase being inaugurated during this year’s Canadian National Day celebrations on July 1. The focal point being a central garden, providing a dedicated social and networking space within overall development.


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