RIT News

A project created by undergraduate students at the Rochester Institute of Technology Dubai took centre stage at this year’s Gulf Education & Training Exhibition (GETEX), held at Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre recently. The colour changing kinetic balls, which were

RIT Dubai has recently joined forces with Software AG, a global leader in enterprise architecture, IT planning, business process management, integration and big data, under a University Relations Program that aims to offer a myriad of skills and development opportunities to RIT Dubai students and

Undergraduate Mechanical Engineering students from Rochester Institute of Technology Dubai (RIT Dubai) witnessed what they had learnt in lectures come alive during a visit to the UAE’s largest power and desalination plant. The students, who are currently studying the program’s Thermodynamics III

Rochester Institute of Technology Dubai (RIT Dubai) is set to host the world’s first conference focusing on Arabic Electronic Literature (e-lit) in a global context in 2018, it was announced this week. E-lit, which has taken the English-speaking world by storm, refers to works with important

Hundreds of students and alumni from Rochester Institute of Technology Dubai (RIT Dubai) met with employers from more than 25 of the UAE’s largest national companies and multinational conglomerates during the university’s annual Career Day, held at the Address Dubai Mall. Organised by the

RIT Dubai is proud to announce that it is now officially recognized by the Jordanian Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research. Following an ongoing review and site visits, RIT Dubai has received accreditation. The visiting Committee stated that they were impressed by what they had seen

Rochester Institute of Technology Dubai (RIT Dubai) and Touch Points, a learning and development solutions company have recently announced a collaborative partnership which will lead to short courses, workshops and diploma programs focusing on organizational excellence and people development

A group of students from New York’s Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) recently discovered first-hand why Dubai is the world’s fourth most visited city in the world when they visited the UAE as part of their hospitality and tourism studies. The students enjoyed a unique opportunity to meet

Dr. Wael A. Samad (Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, RIT - Dubai) will be co-organizing a session / workshop  during the 8th Annual Gulf Research Meeting  titled “Smart Cities in the Gulf: Current State, Opportunities, and Challenges”. The event provides an academic environment in

20 students from Beijing Jiaotong University (BJTU) recently had the opportunity to experience Dubai’s unique business environment during an entrepreneurship and innovation focused trip to the Rochester Institute of Technology Dubai (RIT Dubai). Students from BJTU’s Master of Science program in

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