Dubai College of Tourism Unveils New Student Campus

ABU DHABI – Dubai College of Tourism (DCT), has unveiled a new campus at Dubai Tourism’s headquarters in the Dubai World Trade Centre Area. The new campus is located between Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre and Emirates Towers. This new campus will help students fulfill the needs of students searching for institutions offering Certificate, Diploma and Applied Bachelor’s programmes across five core disciplines – Retail, Tourism, Hospitality, Culinary Arts and Events.

Dubai College of Tourism (DCT) is an institution established by Dubai’s Department of Tourism & Commerce Marketing. In this institution, the capped sized classrooms would ensure the students benefit from the interactive and practical focus of vocational education, and each classroom could accommodate 150 students. The facilities included in this institution will include a multi-purpose auditorium, a dedicated student lounge, diverse study spaces, and various break-out zones. Apart from this, Culinary Arts students will also enjoy access to Kitchen facilities to conduct their practical sessions with selected leading industry partners.

The general manager of DCT commented on this subject and said: “We are delighted to announce the launch of our new campus, designed with the aim of providing a modern and holistic educational environment catered towards the emerging talent of our city, and meeting the growing student demand.”
“These premises feature several state-of-the-art academic facilities that are essential to creating an atmosphere conducive to learning and cultivating a sense of belonging among our students.” With this college, the coming students will get a chance to enjoy Dubai’s beauty and infrastructure. Desert Safari Dubai price is very reasonable and it would attract a high number of students to boost Dubai tourism on a large scale.

DCT is a vocational education college which is aimed to provide both academic knowledge and on-the-job experience. This institution is accredited by the Knowledge & Human Development Authority (KHDA). The aim of DCT is to move away from the traditional academic university programmes to provide a hands-on approach that is unrivaled within the industry.

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