233 graduates from bachelor's and master's programs

Sorbonne Abu Dhabi celebrates the graduation of the 13th batch of its students


Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi celebrated the recent graduation of the thirteenth batch of its students, in the presence of the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi, Minister of State for International Cooperation, Reem bint Ibrahim Al Hashemi, and the Vice-Chairman of the Board of Trustees and President of the Sorbonne University, Professor Nathalie Drach Timam.

The thirteenth batch included the graduation of 233 students, including 145 graduates from bachelor's programs, 73 graduates from master's programs, and 15 graduates from the executive diploma programme. The percentage of Emirati graduates reached 54% of the total students.

The class of 2022 witnessed the graduation of 35 students, who constitute the first group of students from the undergraduate program in Document Management and Archives Sciences.

The list of graduates also included students from the departments of French Studies, Applied Foreign Languages, Geography and Planning, History, Archaeology and Art History, Law, Economic and Administrative Sciences, Philosophy and Sociology, Science and Engineering, and the Department of Sports Activities.

Reem Al Hashemi said: "Your ability to adapt and adapt to change is the most important component of our identity in the United Arab Emirates, as our country with its progressive vision supports the values ​​of empathy, coexistence, understanding and cooperation, which we embody in our developed and inclusive educational sector for all, which activates gender participation and equal opportunities, supported by With the capabilities of modern technology, creativity and innovation, and these are the same values ​​translated by the labor market in the UAE, which provides new job opportunities, and which awaits new graduates to supply new business sectors with competencies capable of establishing our prestigious position as a preferred destination for today’s talents, and a source for future talents.”

For her part, Professor Nathalie Taymam affirmed Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi's commitment to preserving its distinguished legacy in the field of French education and providing interdisciplinary education opportunities that prepare future global leaders to face the challenges of transformation for the next stage, noting that the university embraces nearly 65 nationalities, which confirms the importance of Diversity in providing a global environment.

The university provides its students with unique opportunities to enhance their academic knowledge and understand the meanings of cultural diversity and ways to make the most of it to achieve success, in addition to opening up to the world and benefiting from its knowledge.”

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