Skyline University Nigeria

Students of Skyline University Nigeria Arrived in UAE on Boot Camp

To ensure that students gain overall knowledge and international exposure, new skills as well as increase their chances of career prospects, Skyline University Nigeria (SUN), has led students of the University on a boot camp to the United Arab Emirates (UAE). At SUN Bootcamps, the student experience is top priority as it provides the opportunity for face-to-face interaction with knowledgeable instructors.

The boot camp which is a 10day event will feature an innovative and challenging educational journey with fundamental and practical application of new skills amongst other initiatives, learning the most up-to-date tools and technologies to meet the demands of employers. Overall, the exercise will cover three major aspects, that is, the learning journey, social interaction, and cultural exchange as well as entertainment.

The students who departed from Nigeria on Saturday, 26th March 2022 for the much-awaited trip to the UAE, were warmly received by Skyline University College (SUC) team in the UAE to help the students on the cusp of reaching proficiency in their career quest. The boot camp gave the students an even more authentic feel. Interestingly, during the Bootcamp period, activities were lined up, classes were transformed on the imperatives of the work that goes into running the boot camp.

Dr. Mohammad In’airat, the Vice-Chancellor of SUC, while addressing the visiting students from Skyline University Nigeria and GANPAT University, India welcomed all the students on board. “I welcome all of you onboard for the number of days which you are spending with us – I promise you we’ve prepared a very busy Programmeme for you”, he stated. He added that it is the learning journey of the students that will enrich their personality and experience, which will be reflected in their future jobs (for those joining the employment market) as well as those who will become successful entrepreneurs.

The boot camp is the first in the history of the University and will feature competitions amongst different students and across different Programmemes. It will also allow students to learn critical skills in a casual and empowering environment. One minute, the students were listening to an impressive lineup of expert speaker sessions from prominent faculty members; the next, they were taking part in other skills, career building, and fun activities.

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