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It is really great you are considering studying at the Emirates College of Technology! Here are some of the reasons our students have chosen us

Here at the Emirates College of Technology, we value academic excellence with strong moral values and the pursuit of knowledge. ECT has a wonderful community where you will not only learn from the best, but also grow as a person, make lifelong friends, and do the things you have always wanted to do. ECT is nationally focused, research-led and committed to making a positive impact on the societies we engage with.

ECT is a friendly and open community, and one of the liveliest and most diverse places in the United Arab Emirates to live and study. ECT believes strongly that all students can fulfil their potential when their efforts are valued, shared and celebrated. One of our key aims is to foster intellectual curiosity, and involve students in a wide variety of co-curricular activities so that they become rounded human beings who can make a real contribution to society once they leave.

Studying at Emirates College of Technology offers an experience that goes way beyond the classroom. From day one we will help you build the real-world knowledge and transferable skills that employers look for in graduate recruits, assist you to unlock your potentials through providing you with a thriving academic community where you can learn from experts and give you an all-around experience that you will remember forever. And by the time you graduate, you will feel confident and fully prepared to start your career anywhere in the world.

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To be recognized as one of the leading private universities in the United Arab Emirates.

ECT provides top quality teaching, research, and community services to its stakeholders in line with international best practices that focus on a knowledge-based economy, investing in people and technology.

The Emirates College of Technology, private educational institution, believes in the pursuit of knowledge, values, and skills necessary for the preservation and improvement of the UAE’s society. ECT has faith in the dignity of the human person in the reward for individual excellence. Thus, ECT believes that the development of the individual as a person and student is an effective means in building a better family, community and nation, and a better world.

Since the foundation of the Emirates College of Technology in 1993, our leadership is an essential part of that effort, and they collaborate with students, faculty, staff, alumni, community members and others to create a new, better model of higher education that meets the needs of the United Arab Emirates’ knowledge-based economy.

The main commitment stems from the vision of the College of technology as one of the pioneers of high-quality education and applied scientific research. And the way to achieve that is community involvement and commitment to quality and continuous learning and belonging and pride in the Emirates identity

  1. Direction:

ECT communicates a clear and compelling vision of where the organization is headed, how to get there, and what it means for people. Takes a closer look at how frequently people in ECT establish and communicate a clear vision, translate this vision into a strategic plan and involve employees in the process. Key addressed management practices are: Strategic Clarity, Shared Vision, and Employee Involvement.

  1. Leadership:

ECT uses effective leadership styles to shape the actions of people in the organization to drive high performance. Takes a closer look at how frequently people in ECT feel they are supported, consulted on issues that affect them or at the same time challenged by the leaders. Key addressed management practice is: Consultative Leadership.

  1. Culture and Climate:

ECT cultivates a clear, consistent set of values and working norms that foster effective workplace behavior. Takes a closer look at how frequently ECT encourages honesty and transparency, fosters clear behavioral standards and supports innovation. Key addressed management practices are: Creative and Entrepreneurial, Open and Trusting, and Internally Competitive.

  1. Accountability:

ECT ensures individuals understand what is expected of them, have sufficient authority and feel accountable for delivering results. Makes sure employees understand what is expected of them, have clear roles and feel sufficient authority to make decisions. Key addressed management practices are: Consequence Management, Personal Ownership, Performance Contracts, and Role Clarity.

  1. Coordination and Control:

ECT consistently measures and manages business and risk, and acts to address problems when they arise. Provides systems and processes that give clear operational and financial metrics to monitor and manage performance. Key addressed management practices are:  Operational Management, Financial Management, and Professional Standards.

  1. Capabilities:

ECT ensures the institutional skills and talent are in place to execute the strategy and create competitive advantage. Hires great talents and offers them with formal training. ECT is embedding capabilities internally and leveraging external sources to fill capability gaps. Key addressed management practices are: Talent Development and Process-Based Capability.

  1. External Orientation:

ECT engages with important external stakeholders (customers, suppliers, partners, and others) to more effectively create and deliver value – both now and in the future. Takes a closer look at how ECT understands its customers and knows what the competitors are up to. Invests as well in building and maintaining a network of external partners. Key addressed management practices are: Customer Focus, Competitive Insights, Government and Community Relationships, and Business Partnerships.

  1. Innovation and Learning:

ECT encourages and harnesses new ideas, including everything from radical innovation to the incremental improvement, so ECT can effectively evolve and grow over time. Takes a closer look at how ECT leaders sponsor improvement initiatives, and ECT encourages and rewards employee participation in the development of new ideas as well. Encourages collaboration and enables knowledge sharing across the organization. Key addressed management practices are: Top-down Innovation, Bottom-up Innovation, and Knowledge Sharing.


806, 2020

President Weekly Message – 11

Greetings to you all in this briefing which marks the start of our eleventh week of “distance working & learning”. I pray to the Almighty God that you are all doing well and in good health. I also hope that you have spent an enjoyable Eid Al Fitr holiday with your loved one’s abiding by the regulations and guidelines set by official authorities for the general safety and well-being of our community. Dear all, the second semester of the academic year 2019/2020 has come to an end. It has been a very exciting and exceptional semester in which we had implemented for the most part our distance learning

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1705, 2020

President Sabouni Weekly-Message Wk9 -17 May 2020

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Greetings to you all in this weekly briefing which marks the completion of two months of full successful operation in “distance working & learning”. I pray to the Almighty God that you are all doing well and in good health. Dear all, our emphasis over the last two week, has been on extracurricular student activities and students happiness and satisfaction, we have organized several useful and interesting activities and events that have added values to their general knowledge along with their educational attainment.

ECT would like to express its sincere gratitude to UAE’s international Aikido coach

Emirates College of Technology would like to express its sincere gratitude to UAE's international Aikido coach “Captain Dhiyab Al-Asiri” for his great performance on our digital platform. The show which was attended by a large group of our students and followers shed a light on self-defence techniques using aikido moves and ways of staying fit and healthy. It is worth mentioning that Captain Dhiyab is a student at ECT.

Emirates College of Technology Participates at the British Council IELTS Networking Event

Emirates College of Technology (ECT) attended the exclusive IELTS networking event hosted by the British Council at the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel Dubai. The event celebrated and recognized the IELTS Registration Centers and featured the latest updates from the organizations in addition to the attendance of the British Council leadership team, along with networking sessions and luncheon. The ceremony honored the Chief Strategy and Business Development Officer of Emirates College of Technology Dr. Wesam Ibrahim with a Silver Member Certificate, in the presence of the Coordinator of IELTS Exams at ECT Mr. Mohammed Kunhi.

Education Interface Exhibition 2020

The leading education exhibition in the United Arab Emirates under the patronage of Lt General H.H Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan deputy prime minister and minister of interior is back for six consecutive years to host many exhibitors from the biggest universities’ colleges and training institutes in UAE and abroad.


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