RIT News

RIT Dubai celebrated the OnespiRIT festival yesterday (Saturday 22 October) across its global campuses: New York, Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Kosovo and in Dubai, for simultaneous celebrations to highlight the links between campuses and bring students together. In Dubai, hundreds of students turned out to

Congratulations to our team of RIT BS Computing Security students who claimed 3rd prize at the Du Cyber Security Hackathon.  The 'Team Tigers' students: Elham Al Marzooqi, Adam Schneider, Raina Zakir, Muhseen Daura and Mashal Waqar were mentored by Dr Harry Manifava. The team competed in a day-long

RIT Dubai Master of Engineering Management student Khaled Al Attar was selected to participate in the two-day National Youth Dialogue Retreat which covered several topics related to youth such as interaction, health, empowerment, values, responsibility, safety, productivity, and education. The  

Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT Dubai) has received accreditation for its Electrical and Mechanical Bachelor engineering programs from the world-renowned ABET, after success in passing international standards and procedures implemented by the commission to ensure high-quality education,

RIT Dubai Engineering students Fatma El Shemy, Vishva Palitharathna and Sharan Sadhu recently received third prize in the Intersolar Young Leaders' Innovation Challenge, beating university teams from across the region.  Securing bronze, they were rewarded for their work on reducing the carbon foot

Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT, Dubai) campus community took part in RIT’s Global Day of Service, a day-long event that takes place around the globe, where RIT alumni come together to volunteer for a range of service projects. RIT Dubai alumni and students volunteered at Awqaf-Dubai Minor

Rochester Institute of Technology (New York) is being recognized as a top tier national university in the  U.S. News & World Report rankings. The change is a result of the university’s reclassification in becoming a “doctoral university” this year due to its rapid increase in research and Ph.D

RIT Dubai welcomed new international faculty and students for the new 2016/17 academic year during a series of events last week. New bachelor's students and their families participated in Orientation week held over 3 days. New students were welcomed by the President Dr. Yousef Al Assaf and senior

RIT Dubai welcomed both new and returning students to its brand new student housing accommodation in Dubai Silicon Oasis on Saturday 20 August. The brand new, purpose built  accommodation blocks, a 5 minute drive from RIT's Silicon Oasis campus are part of RIT's expansion plans. Dr Yousef  Al Assaf

RIT Dubai business bachelor student Zaid Khan, beat 724 other international teams from over 100 universities to win 1st prize in the recent ‘X Culture’ project competition. The competition, which pits international virtual teams against each other is now well established in business education