The programs, aimed at mid-career professionals, include healthcare management, special education, innovation and intrapreneurship, and educational leadership
The Office of Executive Education at New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) is now accepting applications for four specialized courses in 2017. Taking place in March and May 2017 respectively, these courses have been designed to meet and support the ever-changing needs of UAE organizations and executives.
The month of March will see two and three day courses in Effective Healthcare Management and Special Education and Best Practices in Educating Students with Disabilities (March 5-8). This will be followed by two additional courses in May, Strategic Innovation and Intrapreneurship (May 2-4), and Educational Leadership and Technology in a Global Context (May 21-22).
"In an increasingly unstable and changing world, executives, and managers find themselves challenged on a daily basis. Constant change requires the ability to adapt, lead and maintain a vision based on common values and desired results. NYUAD's Executive Education programs are like shots of quick knowledge that offer an accelerated learning curve to meet the demands of modern day organizations," says Eiman Al Zaabi, Associate Director of Executive Education.
“Executive Education at NYUAD aims to combine continuing education, content, and information about the latest techniques and methodologies across various fields. Our two, three, or five day sessions are delivered by leading experts and enable participants to learn with and from each other,” says Fatma Abdulla, Senior Vice Provost Strategy and Planning.
These programs are designed, developed and customized in close collaboration between the University’s expert faculty and staff and participating organizations. Open to professionals and members of the public, they offer intensive modules of knowledge within a set timeframe.
Executive Education at NYUAD focuses on development in areas such as leadership, operational excellence, economics, innovation and intrapreneurship, global policy making, culture and the arts, healthcare, and education among others, and are aligned with the UAE National Charter 2021 and the Abu Dhabi Economic Plan 2030.