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  • Title: Higher education conferences, world university rankings, educators, education exhibition, QS-MAPLE
    Descriptive info: .. 4th QS-MAPLE.. -.. Date/Place.. May 6-8, 2014, Dusit Thani Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi, UAE.. Co-Host.. / Organizer Logos.. Organizing Partners.. Organizer.. Global Challenges and Opportunities in Higher Education.. Home.. Organizers.. QS Asia.. About Khalifa University.. About ADEC.. Register Now.. Host City.. About Abu Dhabi.. Visas.. Official Hotels.. Travel Services.. Leisure Activities.. 4th QS-MAPLE CONFERENCE.. At A Glance.. Welcome Message.. Academic Advisory Committee.. Call for proposals.. Participating Institutions.. Program Schedule.. Creative Awards.. Parallel Sessions.. QS Rankosium Workshop.. Testimonials.. Past Events.. Exhibition.. Exhibition Opportunities.. Sponsorships.. Special Packages.. Other Opportunities.. Contact.. Slideshow.. Pictures from 3rd QS-MAPLE.. QS-MAPLE.. We are excited to announce that.. 4th QS-MAPLE.. conference and exhibition will be held under the patronage of the Minister of Higher Education in UAE,.. His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan.. It is also worth noting that two very high-profile speakers will address the plenary sessions at this conference for the Middle East and Africa:.. Sir John O’Reilly.. , Director General, Knowledge and Innovation, Department for.. Business Innovation Skills, Her Majesty’s Government, United Kingdom.. His Excellency Dr Talal Abu-Ghazaleh.. , Founder, Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Organization,.. Jordan.. The  ...   Under the Patronage of.. His Highness Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan.. Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, UAE.. Register as delegate.. Register now!.. PICTURE GALLERY.. Click here.. to view pictures from.. 3rd QS-MAPLE.. PRESENTATION SLIDES.. to download presentation slides from 3rd QS-MAPLE.. Video.. Thumbs.. Videos from 3rd QS-MAPLE.. Prof Abdulla Y.. Al-Hawaj.. President,.. Ahlia University,.. Bahrain.. Prof Adebayo O.. Olukoshi.. Director,.. United Nations African Institute for Economic Development and Planning,.. Senegal.. Prof Angela Goh.. Professor and Associate.. Provost (Faculty Affairs).. President's Office,.. Nanyang Technological University,.. Singapore.. Prof Tod A.. Laursen.. Khalifa University,.. UAE.. Prof Konstantin Bugrov.. Head of Information.. Mrs.. Marina Sannikova.. Manager,.. Ural Federal University,.. Russia.. Prof Sanghyeon Sung.. Office of Evaluation Service,.. Dongguk University,.. South Korea.. Sponsor.. banners.. Like.. us at facebook.. Twitter.. Show.. Online Media Partners.. Technology Partner.. Appointed Partners.. Meet and Greet Services.. Supporting Partner.. Academic Partner.. Future.. Organising Partners.. Future Organising Partners.. 2015.. 2016.. Qatar.. Footer.. Menu.. |.. About QS Asia.. QS-MAPLE Conference.. |.. Event Registration.. Privacy Policy.. Events Terms and Conditions.. Other Events and Publications.. QS-APPLE.. QS.. in conversation.. QS Showcase.. QS News-2-WOW-U.. Back to Top..

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  • Title: Organizers
    Descriptive info: Register.. now.. Early Bird registration is now open.. Organizers.. QS Global Network for Education and Careers.. QS was founded in 1990 and steadily became the world's leading network for top careers and education.. Our mission is to enable motivated people around the world to fulfill their potential by fostering international mobility, educational achievement and career development.. Our targeted approach embraces:.. Focus on the best and most deserving candidates worldwide which includes motivated parents, school leavers, top university graduates, MBA students and alumni.. Methods which include trusted research, fairs, conferences, guides, web tools and online solutions.. As producers of the QS World University Rankings, we are the only independent education organisation that is truly 'raising the bar' of global higher education standards.. QS Asia organises the QS-MAPLE which has been launched in response to great interest from the international education community in holding a major annual forum on the lines of QS-APPLE – QS Asia Pacific Professional Leaders in Education Conference and Exhibition - that addresses the fast emerging globalisation of Middle Eastern higher education.. The Asian near-equivalent of the US NAFSA and European EAIE annual meetings, QS-APPLE (.. www.. qsapple.. org.. ) each year brings together approaching 1,000 international education leaders from over 40 countries.. Both QS-MAPLE and QS-APPLE have the declared mission of helping to build world-class universities for Middle Eastern, African and Asia Pacific communities through global partnership and collaboration.. Our loyal, blue-chip client base includes:.. Over 400 leading business schools which include Wharton, Stanford, Chicago, INSEAD, LBS and IESE,.. Over 180 leading universities amongst whose ranks are Columbia, MIT, Duke, California, UCL, LSE, Imperial, Warwick, Edinburgh, Politecnico di Milano, Melbourne, National University of Singapore and Hong Kong University,.. Over 200 multi-nationals and regional recruiters including Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, AT Kearney, Bain, Eli Lilly, GE, Shell and, McKinsey.. Global partners are crucial in helping us to achieve such effective delivery.. As well as major institutions and government bodies worldwide, over 300 different media work closely with us.. Our TV, newspaper, magazine and online partners include:.. International – CNN, Business Week, Wall St.. Journal Asia, International Herald Tribune.. Asia – South China Morning Post, Japan Times, Bangkok Post, The Times of India..  ...   actively involved in social engagement, and are looking for financial support.. For more information, please contact.. Tel: +65 6457 4822.. Email:.. enquiries@qs-asia.. Past Recipients.. Ms Samantha Senosha, University of Johannesburg, South Africa.. Samantha Senosha is a third year Bachelor of Arts degree student at the UJ with majors in community development and leadership as well as public management and governance.. She is amongst the Top 15% academic achievers at UJ and is on the Dean’s Merit List.. Samantha is a member of the Golden Key International Honour Society and the current Chapter president of UJ.. Mr Jean-Jacques Monga KabokoJean, University of Johannesburg, South Africa.. Jacques was awarded the 2011 Vice-Chancellor’s Medal for the most meritorious master’s study.. He is currently registered for a PhD in engineering.. His research focus is photonics.. His thesis describes the development of a new and very promising concept—to build lasers, by using fiber optics, with a technique called “Q-Switching”.. Ms Elana Smit, University of Johannesburg, South Africa.. Elana Smit has been the top-achieving third year student for BCom (marketing management) in 2012.. She is currently enrolled in the BCom Honours (marketing management) program.. Bongekile Thembelihle Mncwabe, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.. Bongekile Thembelihle Mncwabe is in her first year of BS in pharmacy.. She chose this course as she found that the number of pharmacists in South Africa was low.. She wanted to contribute in making a difference in her country— by being part of the team to research for drugs that treat HIV/AIDS, bring a difference to people’s lives and build a brighter future for the underprivileged.. Gundo Gloria Thathalsa, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.. Gundo Gloria Thathalsa is currently taking Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery.. It has always been her dreams to be a doctor since she was young.. Her passion of saving lives is the main reason why she has chosen to study in this field.. She believes medicine is a life-changing career/profession which provides a sense of fulfillment.. She hopes to practice medicine in her hometown and to establish a foundation to improve the lives of those underprivileged children, giving them a chance to a better education to have a more promising future.. Organising Partner..

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  • Title: About Khalifa University
    Descriptive info: About Khalifa University.. Khalifa University of Science Technology and Research is an independent, non-profit, coeducational institution inaugurated in 2007 as part of an Abu Dhabi government initiative.. With campuses in Abu Dhabi and Sharjah, Khalifa University is dedicated to the advancement of learning through teaching and research and to the discovery and application of knowledge.. It endeavors to be an internationally recognized research university, with a world-class reputation for interdisciplinary teaching and research and a tradition of partnering with leading academic institutions from around the world.. The university is modeled around the American system of higher education and is actively developing an international network of partners, faculty members, and research programs to advance regionally relevant research and  ...   will align its academic offerings, research programs and mission directly with that economic transformation.. The university focuses its efforts on specific strategic sectors of the UAE economy: Information and communication technology (ICT), aerospace, transport and logistics, energy and the environment, healthcare, and security.. Currently, Khalifa University enrolls more than 1,200 students studying in several specialized engineering programs, all of which have been accredited by the Ministry of Higher Education of the UAE.. Khalifa University is dedicated to providing the emirate of Abu Dhabi, the UAE, the region and the world with highly qualified engineers, technologists and scientists, capable of making major contributions to the UAE as leaders and innovators of industry and society.. http://www.. kustar.. ac.. ae/..

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  • Title: About ADEC
    Descriptive info: About ADEC.. Abu Dhabi Education Council (ADEC) was established in accordance with law No.. 24 of 2005, issued by His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, the UAE president, the supreme commander of the Armed Forces and the ruler of Abu Dhabi.. The Council seeks to develop education and educational institutions in the emirate of Abu Dhabi, implement innovative educational policies, plans and programs that aim to improve education, and support educational institutions and staff to achieve the objectives of national development in accordance with the highest international standards.. ADEC Vision – Education  ...   in the global market.. ADEC Mission.. To produce world-class learners who embody a strong sense of culture and heritage and are prepared to meet global challenges.. ADEC Values.. ADEC’s core values are the foundational principles for continually improving performance:.. Teamwork: Emphasize the virtues of cooperation and coordination.. Integrity: Doing the right thing no matter what the circumstances may be.. Transparency: Open, true and honest communications and actions.. Respect: Respect children, colleagues, parents and community.. Accountability: Take personal responsibility for action.. Compassion: Caring and responsibility toward others.. For more information, please visit:.. adec.. ae/en/AboutADEC/Pages/default.. aspx..

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  • Title: The registration page for delegate and presenter of QS-MAPLE higher education conference and exhibition
    Descriptive info: Delegate/Presenter.. Who will benefit by attending as a delegate?.. University presidents and other senior university leaders and strategists.. Senior university officers with an international or external affairs brief.. Admissions officers.. Recruiting officers.. Student services officers.. Curriculum developers.. Academics with international linkages and international content in their courses.. Education ministry officials with an international brief.. Officers of national education outreach and promotion bodies.. Delegates' registration fees.. Early Bird rate.. US$680.. (.. DOWNLOAD REGISTRATION FORM.. or.. REGISTER ONLINE.. ).. Standard rate.. US$750.. Presenter.. US$600.. Booth Helper.. US$360.. (for 2 days) - for ancillary staff manning booths or for similar activity (includes all-day  ...   signed-up delegates will receive an acknowledgement of their registration and an auto-generated invoice/receipt.. Registration will be valid only if accompanied by payment within 14 days.. Please contact Ms Kim Tan -.. kim.. tan@qs-asia.. for more details.. To register as a delegate, please fax or email your completed.. registration form.. attached to this brochure or.. register online.. here.. Cancellation clause.. Period before conference within which written notification of cancellation is received.. Cancellation charges.. 30 – 59 days.. 50% of registration fee.. 0 - 29 days.. 100% of registration fee.. Replacement of name(s) is allowed.. Please notify the Organiser by 7 April 2014..

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  • Title: The host city of QS-MAPLE higher education conference and exhibition, Johannesburg, South Africa
    Descriptive info: About Abu Dhabi.. What’s the weather like in Abu Dhabi?.. Abu Dhabi has a sub-tropical, arid climate.. Sunny blue skies and high temperatures can be expected most of the year.. Rainfall is sporadic, falling mainly in winter (November to March) and averaging 12 cms per year in most of the emirate.. Rain is more common in the 'Oasis City' of Al Ain, the emirate's second largest city, due to its proximity to the Hajar mountains.. Temperatures range from a low of around 13C (50F) on a winter's night, to a high of around 42C (118F) on a summer's day.. The cooler months, November to April, are the most pleasant time to visit, when temperatures are around 24C (75F) during the day and 13C (56F) at night.. What is the local time in Abu Dhabi?.. The UAE is four hours ahead of UTC (Co-ordinated Universal Time - formerly known as GMT) and there is no daylight saving.. Hence, when it is 12.. 00 midday in Abu Dhabi, it is 3am in New York, 8am in London, 10 am in Johannesburg, 1.. 30pm in New Delhi, and 6pm in Sydney (not allowing for any summer time saving in those countries).. Electricity.. Abu Dhabi’s electricity supply is 220/240 volts at 50 Hz.. Square three-pin sockets are standard.. It is advisable to bring a plug adapter with you, though most hotels can supply adapters for other kinds of plug and they can be bought locally.. People with disabilities.. Most of Abu Dhabi's five-star hotels, malls and heritage attractions have wheelchair facilities.. Wheelchair ramps often have steep angles.. Abu Dhabi International Airport is well equipped for physically challenged travellers.. There is a special check-in gate with direct access from the car park, as well as dedicated lifts, and a meet and assist service.. Family and Children.. Abu Dhabi has a very family-friendly environment.. Baby changing rooms, play areas and kids facilities are commonplace in.. malls.. and hotels alike; most.. hotels.. have paid child care services.. Kids’ menus, high chairs and play areas are common in most.. restaurants.. Internet Access.. Most Abu Dhabi.. offer complimentary internet access to their guests, or paid access to non-guests.. There is a growing number of establishments outside of.. - such as.. coffee shops and restaurants.. - that also offer wireless Internet access.. Visitors who don’t have their own laptop can drop by Internet cafés in.. and along most busy streets.. Local culture and traditions.. What is the official religion in Abu Dhabi?.. Islam is the official religion of the UAE, and is widely practised.. The Islamic holy day is Friday.. Muslims are required to pray (facing Makkah) five times a day.. The times vary according to the position of the sun, when the modern day call to prayer is transmitted through loudspeakers on mosque minarets.. The UAE Constitution provides for freedom of religion in accordance with established customs.. Abu Dhabi is tolerant of other religions with people being free to practice their religious beliefs, so long as they do not interfere with Islam.. Non-Muslims can get an insight into Islam through complimentary guided tours of the spectacular Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque - one of the world's largest.. The tours run at different times during the week.. What should I wear when visiting Abu Dhabi?.. Lightweight summer clothing is suitable for most of the year, but something slightly warmer may be needed in winter months.. Take a jacket or sweater when visiting hotels or the cinema, as the air conditioning can be fierce.. Although the attitude towards dress is fairly liberal throughout the Emirates, a healthy amount of respect for local customs doesn't go amiss, especially when shopping or sightseeing.. Short or tight clothing may be worn, but it will attract attention - most of it unwelcome.. Malls, health clubs and resort facilities are generally more accepting of what's fashionable, but when visiting government offices it is best to cover your shoulders and legs.. It is especially recommended that you dress more conservatively during Ramadan.. In the evenings, restaurants and clubs usually have a mixt of western, Arabic and Asian style1s.. Again, ladies are advised to take a pashmina or jacket because of cold air conditioning.. What is Ramadan and how is it observed in Abu Dhabi?.. Ramadan is the holy month in which Muslims commemorate the revelation of the Holy Quran (Islam's holy book).. It’s a time of fasting and Muslims abstain from all food, drink, smoking and unclean thoughts (or activities) between dawn and dusk.. At sunset, the fast is broken with the Iftar feast, the timings of which are published in all daily newspapers.. All over the city, festive Ramadan tents are filled to the brim each evening with people of all nationalities and religions enjoying traditional Arabic mezze and sweets.. The dates of Ramadan change each year following the Islamic lunar calendar.. During the holy month of Ramadan, shops often change their hours by closing during the day, re-opening an hour or two after sunset, and staying open later at night.. Food outlets and restaurants generally remain closed or offer takeaway services only during the day and then open up for Iftar after sunset.. Non-Muslims are respectfully required to refrain from eating, drinking or smoking in public places during daylight hours.. Failure to do so could upset people or lead to an official complaint.. During Ramadan, the sale of alcohol is restricted to after dusk, while shops and parks usually open and close later.. In addition, no live music or dancing is allowed (so nightclubs tend to close for the entire month) and cinemas limit daytime screenings.. Ramadan ends with a three-day celebration and holiday called Eid Al Fitr, which is characterised by gifts being given amongst families, friends, neighbours and charities.. Local Currency, credit cards and shopping.. What is the local currency and what is its current value?.. The local currency is the UAE dirham (AED or Dhs) which  ...   fare in advance.. A tip is not expected but always welcome.. If you want to explore the emirate, your travel agency can organise tours that include transportation to and from the places you would like to visit.. Renting a car is also an option for those wanting to travel a lot.. To hire any vehicle you will need a passport copy, credit card and a valid driving licence from your home country, or a valid international driving licence.. Otherwise, the bus network that plies the emirate is very efficient.. In the capital, modern air-conditioned buses operate round-the-clock.. The service is easy to use, with passengers hopping in and out of any bus by placing a one dirham coin in the collection box next to the driver.. There are also buses travelling to Al Ain and other parts of the emirate, which can be taken from Abu Dhabi’s Central Bus Station on Murour Road.. What do I need to do to rent a car in Abu Dhabi?.. You will find all major car rental companies in Abu Dhabi, plus a few extra, and it's worth remembering that larger, more reputable firms generally have more reliable vehicles and a greater capacity to help in an emergency (an important factor when handling the trying times following an accident).. All rentals are inclusive of registration, maintenance, replacement, 24-hour assistance and insurance (comprehensive insurance with personal accident cover is advisable).. For short term rental, many companies offer daily rates - there are booths at the airport and most of the major hotels, and there are numerous shops dotted throughout the city.. It's worth ringing around for rates, although usually the most competitive rates can be found online.. If you have a UAE residence visa, you will need to have a valid UAE driving licence.. Security and emergency numbers.. What should I do in an emergency?.. The emergency phone number for Abu Dhabi Police is 999.. Whether you need police assistance, an ambulance or for any other emergency situation, this is the number to call.. Calls to this number are free of charge.. When calling the emergency number, please remember to state your name, the nature of the accident, address of the emergency and how serious the situation is.. If you are involved in a traffic accident, it’s important to contact the police immediately.. In case of a minor incident, move your car to the side of the road, as there are fines for obstructing traffic.. You cannot file an insurance claim without a police report.. For other enquiries, Abu Dhabi Police operates a dedicated Tourism Police section which will advise and guide you on a range of matters.. You can contact them on +971 2 699 9999.. Is Abu Dhabi safe for tourists?.. Abu Dhabi has been named the Middle East’s safest city in the 2011 Mercer Quality of Living Index.. Abu Dhabi's virtually crime free environment and well organised emergency services will bring you peace of mind and a relaxing stay.. Medical treatments, hospitals and pharmacies.. Do I need medical insurance cover when I travel to Abu Dhabi?.. As per UAE federal law and Abu Dhabi Government law, all visitors to the UAE must have medical insurance cover.. In case of emergency, treatment to stabilise the case is free.. Other treatment must be covered by a cash payment or insurance card for covered individuals.. In a medical emergency, Abu Dhabi's Sheikh Khalifa Medical City (+971 2 610 2000) and Al Noor Hospital (+971 2 626 5265) both have Accident and Emergency units.. If you are injured in a traffic accident, you will automatically be taken to Sheikh Khalifa Medical City, as it has the best A E treatment facilities.. Are hospitals and pharmacies easily accessible in Abu Dhabi?.. The Abu Dhabi Government portal provides an updated list of 24-hours opened pharmacies and medical services, including hospitals, clinics, and medical centres in Abu Dhabi.. If you don’t have internet access you can call the toll free number 800 555 (+971 2 666 4442).. Others.. Are there any restrictions for photography?.. While normal tourist photography is acceptable, it is polite to ask permission before taking photos of people, particularly women.. Photographs of government buildings, military installations and ports and airports should not be taken.. Also, cameras may be banned in public areas designated for women and children only.. What is the UAE national dress?.. UAE nationals usually wear traditional dress in public.. For men, this is the kandura - a white full length shirt-like garment, which is worn with a white or red checkered headdress, known as a ghutra.. This is secured with a black cord (agal).. Sheikhs and important businessmen may also wear a thin, gold-trimmed robe (bisht) over their kandura at important events.. In public, Emirati women wear a long, loose black robe (abaya) that covers their normal clothes - plus a headscarf (sheyla).. The abaya is often of very sheer, flowing fabric with intricate embroidery and beadwork along the wrists and hemline.. Sheylas are also becoming more elaborate and a statement of individuality, particularly among the young.. Headwear varies with some women wearing a thin black veil covering their face and others, generally older women, wearing a leather veil (burka), which covers the nose, brow, cheekbones and lips.. Is English widely spoken in Abu Dhabi?.. Although Arabic is the official language in the UAE, English is widely spoken.. Most business transactions in Abu Dhabi are conducted in English.. Can I smoke in Abu Dhabi?.. Most cigarette brands are available in Abu Dhabi, while a pack of cigarettes costs anywhere between AED 5 (US$1.. 36) to AED 10 (US$ 2.. 7).. Certain F B outlets allow smoking inside, while others are smoke-free.. Most business, shopping and leisure establishments have designated areas for smoking.. Visitors are asked to refrain from smoking between dawn and dusk during the month of Ramadan.. Source:.. Visit Abu Dhabi.. (inside pages).. Enchanting Abu Dhabi..

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  • Title: The host city of QS-MAPLE higher education conference and exhibition, Johannesburg, South Africa
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  • Title: Visas
    Descriptive info: VISAS.. If your country of nationality appears on the list below, no advance visa arrangements are required to visit the UAE.. Simply disembark your flight at Dubai or Abu Dhabi International Airport and proceed to Immigration, where your passport will be stamped with a 30-day visit visa free of charge.. This can be extended for an additional 30 days at an additional charge.. ** this information is correct as of Aug 2013 and you can check the updated list from.. Eligible countries.. Australia.. Iceland.. Portugal.. Andorra.. Ireland.. San Marino.. Austria.. Italy.. Brunei.. Japan.. Belgium.. Liechtenstein.. Spain.. Denmark.. Luxemborg.. Swden.. Finland.. Malaysia.. Switzerland.. France.. Monaco.. United Kingdom.. Germany.. Netherlands.. United States of America.. Greece.. New Zealand.. The Vatican.. Hong Kong.. Norway.. Holders of British overseas passports issued in Hong Kong or China can obtain a visa on arrival at Abu Dhabi Airport.. GCC Nationals can also enter the UAE without a visa.. Travellers from countries not listed above will need to arrange a visa in advance of travel and this can be arranged from our dedicated travel partner: Dnata Travel.. Alternatively if you are flying Emirates or Etihad, a visa can be arranged by either of them.. for Visa information from Emirates Airlines or.. for Visa information from Etihad Airlines.. Dnata can arrange for a UAE Tourist Visa for 28 days at a cost  ...   in UAE for 30 days from the entry date.. The visa is valid for one entry only.. If the visa details are not matching with the passport please let us know within 24hrs.. Visas issued under dnata sponsorship are not eligible to work.. Ensure that the passenger leaves UAE within the specified time limits of the visa validity.. Any Overstay beyond duration of visa will attract heavy fines and penal action.. Any payment made for the visa processing is non-refundable.. Non extendable/Non Transferable visas.. No original/pink copy will be provided.. Note: The decision to grant or refuse a visa is the sole prerogative of the Government of Dubai/ DNRD.. dnata Corporate Visa Department does not in any way influence the same.. For Meet Greet Services, please send us the request 48 hours prior the flight arrival, for more info please.. click here.. Should you require any further assistance / clarification, please feel free to contact dnata Travel Abu Dhabi.. Primary contact.. Ms.. Gowri Nair.. Tel : +971 2 6441335.. Mobile: +971 56 2167039.. E- Mail: gowri.. nair@dnata.. com.. Diana Galazo.. Mob : +971 056 2166972.. E- Mail: diana.. galazo@dnata.. Alternate contact.. Ms.. Nishi Basheer.. Tel: +971 2 6441335.. Mob : +971 056 6869909.. E- Mail: nishi.. basheer@dnata.. Mr.. Logi George.. Tel : +971 2 644 1335.. Mobile: +972 056 8187579.. E-Mail: logi.. george@dnata..

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  • Title: Official hotels selected for QS-MAPLE higher education conference and exhibition
    Descriptive info: Official Hotels.. Dusit Thani Abu Dhabi.. Centrally located in the new business and government district, close to the city's natural habitat of the Eastern Mangroves and a short taxi ride from the Corniche and Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, Dusit Thani Abu Dhabi is the ideal choice for business or leisure travellers.. With its prominent glass tower, Dusit Thani Abu Dhabi presents a fresh and innovative architectural design.. It comprises 402 rooms and suites and 131 furnished executive apartments, each offering a wonderful mix of Thai influences and modern lifestyle accoutrements beautifully designed with savvy business travellers in mind.. At Dusit Thani Abu Dhabi, guests can also enjoy a workout at the fully equipped, state-of-the art DFiT gym, take a dip in the outdoor temperature controlled swimming pool, relax in the jacuzzi, or indulge in a signature massage treatment at Namm Spa.. Rate:.. Deluxe room single: AED 550.. 00 + Buffet Breakfast.. Deluxe room double: AED 625.. * Rate quoted is based on per room per night and is subject to 10% service charge and 6% tourism fee.. to download the reservation form.. Executive Suites by Mourouj.. Executive Suites by Mourouj is a new apartment hotel in Abu Dhabi located on Muroor Street, one of the busiest areas in the city.. It offers easy access to Abu Dhabi Exhibition Centre, Ministries and Abu Dhabi International Airport.. With 120 new apartment units in Abu Dhabi, Executive Suites by Mourouj offers you everything you need for your stay and more.. Executive Suites by Mourouj breaks the barriers between business and leisure so that guests  ...   attractions, corporate houses in the capital.. The hotel is just 20 minutes away from Abu Dhabi International Airport.. Centro Al Manhal comprises 229 rooms.. Every bedroom is meticulously designed to maximize space, light and efficiency, providing our guests with the latest technology, in-room entertainment options and a selection of contemporary classic furniture where comfort and aesthetics are key.. It is located 15 minutes’ drive away from Dusit Thani Hotel.. Classic Single Room: AED 350 + Buffet Breakfast.. Classic Double Room: AED 390 + Buffet Breakfast.. Twin Room: AED 390 + Buffet Breakfast.. *Rate quoted is based on per room per night and is subject to 10% service charge and 6% tourism fee.. One to One Hotel – The Village.. Experience the stylish elegance and intimate warmth of One to One Hotel – the Village, a tranquil urban sanctuary in the thriving heart of Abu Dhabi.. With plans for acres of lushly landscaped palm gardens, this Abu Dhabi boutique hotel has opened its doors as a unique home away from home for both high-profile business executives and weekend leisure travellers.. Contemporary decor and a casual ambiance evoke a liberating atmosphere of relaxation, creating a sense of calm throughout our 127 discreet guestrooms, world-class dining venues and modern meetings events facilities.. One to One Hotel – the Village is located:.. Just off Al Salam Street, in the heart of Abu Dhabi.. Within the city’s business and shopping districts.. 15 minutes from the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC).. 25 minutes from Abu Dhabi International Airport.. Superior Room Single: AED 325.. Superior Room Double: AED 375..

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  • Title: Travel Services
    Descriptive info: Travel Services.. Dubai Airport.. Abu Dhabi Airport.. Marhaba meet and greet service in Dubai international airport.. Marhaba Services - Standard(Browns) Meet and Greet (AED100.. 00).. On Arrival.. Fast track clearance through all arrival formalities.. Visa delivery with an additional charge.. Hand baggage trolleys (upon request).. Buggy car transfer priority through the airport terminal (if required) (not available in Terminal 2).. Porterage to be booked additionally.. Porterage: Maximum 3 pieces/per trolley (charge per trolley).. Marhaba Services - Silver Meet and Greet (AED160.. Full escort.. Hand baggage trolleys.. Complimentary Porterage services.. Visa delivery at an additional charge.. Marhaba Services - Gold Meet and Assist (AED325.. Only available for Arrival Service.. Dedicated escort from arrivals.. Assistance through all airport arrival formalities.. Provision of special hand baggage trolleys (on request)*.. Complimentary Porterage Services at baggage belt area.. Complimentary access to the Marhaba Lounge on your next departure from Dubai.. Golden class  ...   arrival formalities (Immigration, baggage collection and customs clearance).. Assist with baggage collection.. Escort Passenger to the receiving party in arrivals area.. Complimentary Porterage service.. Meet and Assist Plus (AED300.. Meet and Assist Plus Services for Arrival shall include the following services:.. Personalized escort by a Golden Class Services Agent from the arrival gates.. Access to our Golden Class Lounge where facilities such as refreshments, WIFI, newspapers, etc.. are available until all formalities are completed.. Golden Class Services Agent will finalize all arrival formalities (Immigration, baggage collection and customs clearance).. Escort passengers from the Golden Class Lounge to receiving party in arrival area.. Please email.. Nishi.. ;.. logi.. reji.. kurup@dnata.. for request and enquiries.. Requests have to be received 48 hours before the date of arrival with the correct passenger name and flight information.. If the travel is during the weekends Friday or Saturday, please kindly advise in advance..

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