The innovative business ideas of over seventy of the UAE’s young and aspiring entrepreneurs faced scrutiny from an expert panel of judges recently during Rochester Institute of Technology Dubai’s (RIT Dubai) eighth annual business competition.
Simulating the successful Reality TV show Dragons’ Den
The work of RIT’s student-run design consultancy, Studio 930, came to the fore recently during Entrepreneur Day – the annual signature event organised by Dubai Technology Entrepreneur Centre (DTEC), the largest tech start up hub in the Middle East.
Rochester Institute of Technology’s Dr. Stan
The eighth annual edition of Rochester Institute of Technology Dubai’s Engineering Competition recently saw over 150 grade 10, 11 and 12 students from across the UAE wow a panel of expert judges with their imaginative inventions and mathematical process.
The day-long event saw pupils participate in
RIT Dubai chosen as one of five universities to receive the grant worth $100m in total as part of the Year of Giving
Rochester Institute of Technology Dubai (RIT Dubai) have recently been chosen as one of five prestigious universities from across the UAE to be awarded with a substantial grant by
Things took a spooktacular turn this weekend for RIT students across the globe during the institution's annual OneSpiRIT Festival.
Dressed in their finest Halloween outfits, students came together to celebrate the links between each of RIT's global campuses. With celebrations happening
A delegation of 40 students and staff from the Indian School of Management and Entreprenurship (ISME), Mumbai, were recently welcomed to the Rochester Institute of Technology’s (RIT) Dubai campus during a week-long study tour.
The trip, which was organised in conjunction with Entrepreneurship
Mashal Waqar, Bachelor of Science in Computing Security graduate (2017), has recently been crowned Young Leader of the Year at the prestigious Naseba Annual Global WIL Economic Forum for her efforts in leading the accessibility movement in media.
The Forum, which brings together over 500 global
What does the future of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning look like? How will it affect our lives and what are its economic consequences? How, as a business can you use Data and AI to your benefit? These were just some of the key questions Dr. Sanjay Modak, Visiting Professor of
RIT Dubai recently played host to Happiness Talks, a monthly CSR initiative which aims to connect Dubai’s community and create and enable happiness during 2017, dedicated by His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan as the Year of Giving.
Over the course of the session, participants heard
Two RIT Dubai students’ idea for an intuitive indoor car-parking navigation system has impressed over 500 senior IT professionals from around the world, securing Sanaz Mokhtari, a third-year Mechanical Engineering student, and Syed Moneeb Ali, a third-year Electrical Engineering student, first