Adaptability and innovation are at the core of Skyline’s operations. Whatever be the scenario SUC never stops, we are still committed to our goal to deliver quality education. In our 30th year, we are renewing this commitment without letting the present situation hinder us.
Taking the proper precautions and recalibrating our strategies in our open air meeting to review Strategies & Operations, here at Skyline, it’s business as usual.
With its goal of helping organizations improve their productivity, Skyline University College regularly conducts skill-enriching workshops and seminars to corporates. On March 7, 2020, Skyline University College, through its Centre for Continuing Learning, conducted an Executive Development Program (EDP) on Intermediate Excel at NETS International in Dubai. Mr. Tauqeer Faiz, SUC Instructor, conducted the workshop which was attended by employees of various organizational levels including Project Coordinators, Admin Manager, Document Controller, Technician, and Office Secretary. At the end of the one-day workshop, the participants learned about the Spreadsheet software and the different formulas, as well as tables and illustrations.
Skyline’s FDP (Faculty Development Program) is a platform where teachers learn new skills or hone existing ones. It ensures that faculty members continue to deliver quality and innovative education.
In the FDP held at SUC on March 3, 2020, SUC's Human Resource Department and Teaching Effectiveness Committee invited Mr. Bassel Ajlani, Office 365 Specialist, to deliver a session on Microsoft Office 365. Mr. Ajlani discussed how to use the system and how it can bring maximum efficiency to the work processes of faculty members.
To give students opportunities to learn something new, Skyline organized Guest Lecture Series where CEOs, industry experts, and alumni are invited to share their experience and knowledge with Skyliners. As part of this series, Mr. Amaad Ud Din from SmartWings LLC recently gave a talk on trading platforms to the MBA in Finance students. During his lecture, the students learned how to trade stocks, commodities, and currencies.
Today, we celebrate women's accomplishments and call for gender equality.
This International Women’s Day, Skyline University College honors its women employees by giving each a rose.
Let's all be #EachforEqual.
The SUC Library Department regularly organizes fun games that train the mind. Last week, students had fun playing "Let's Play Puzz" where they played crossword puzzle games.
Dr. John Senior, Associate Professor and Head of the General Education Department, selected the winners through a draw and awarded the prizes. Here are the winners:
1st Nahla Noushad, CTH-DTTM
2nd Nadiya Shajahan, CTH-DTTM
3rd Mohit Gulabani, BBT
Skyliners, more brain games are coming so keep checking our page for the announcement!
Skyline recognizes the contributions and active participations of students in making all events successful. Here’s a throwback of SUC’s appreciation ceremony for students whose efforts made the UAE National Day a success.
Dr. Ajith Kumar, Dean for the School of Business, Dr. Osama Ali Thawabeh, Dean for Student Affairs, and Dr. Nizar Sahawneh, faculty member, awarded the students token of appreciation for their invaluable contributions and active participation during the UAE National Day.
SUC’s Professional Skill Development Program (PSDP) is a platform to develop students’ professional skills and abilities. On that note, Skyline conducted a sales negotiation training for Sophomore Marketing students on February 24, 2020. At the end of the training, students learned about the B2B buyer-seller relationship and negotiation strategies.
Through industry visits, students can identify their prospective area of work and improve their interpersonal skills. On that note, Skyline University College, through its Corporate Affairs Office, organized an industry visit to Nakheel Mall in Palm Jumeirah for the students of Marketing and Retail Management. The students, along with faculty members Dr. Ramakrishna Yamanandra and Dr. Pranav Kumar, visited the mall on February 26, 2020, where they learned about the mall’s operations management strategies, strategies for increasing footfall, customer experience and engagement, risk management, and demand and capacity management from Mr. Patrick Sakr, Senior Manager at Nakheel Mall. Skyline is thankful to Ms. Rukhshona Kuvatova, Sales Consultant, in making this industry visit possible.
Skyline’s Guest Lecture is a way of enriching the students with the latest updates of the industries. Last week, Skyliners had the pleasure of welcoming Mr. Samarth Bahl, Director of Sales at Hampton by Hilton, at the campus for a guest lecture.
Mr. Bahl shared his experiences working in the tourism and hospitality industry and also gave an inspirational talk on the importance of teamwork in an organization.
To enrich the minds of the students and enhance their real-world interactions, Skyline University College invited Ms. Naheed Khan, Co-Founder at Futurwits, an organization dedicated to empowering students and professionals through skill development, to be part of its Guest Lecture Series. During the talk, which happened on February 27, 2020, at SUC campus, Ms. Khan discussed the unemployment rate and how it affects various aspects of society, and she also shared her economic insights, particularly on inflation.
In its goal of exposing students to the professional world and different industries, Skyline University College regularly invites industry experts to give lectures. The recent SUC Guest Lecture, which happened on February 27 at SUC campus, featured Mr. Ramamurthy Venkatesh of NETS International.
Mr. Venkatesh shared insights about the industry to the students. He also discussed digital transformation and successful business models.