Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid attends MBRSG graduation ceremony

On Saturday, 285 students graduated from master’s programmes

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, UAE Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, attended the Mohammed bin Rashid School of Government's graduation ceremony on Saturday.

Sheikh Mohammed greeted the seventh and eighth batches of master’s graduates.

“We constantly seek to invest in our human resources in a bid to empower them and engage them in our efforts to find innovative solutions to future challenges,” Sheikh Mohammed said.

“The future belongs to those who pursue science and knowledge and master the skills necessary to excel and accomplish their goals.”

Sheikh Mohammed said the UAE is home to outstanding academic institutions that are capable of producing competitive scientific breakthroughs and providing governments in the UAE and the region with pragmatic, forward-thinking solutions.

“We will continue to support our scientific and academic institutes and invest in our Emirati people – our most valuable asset and our best bet for building a bright future for generations to come,” Sheikh Mohammed said.

The ceremony was also attended by Sheikh Saif bin Zayed, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior.

The graduating class consisted of 285 students, 180 of whom were enrolled in the executive master of public administration programme, 41 in the master of innovation management programme, 37 in the master of public administration programme and 27 in the master in public policy programme.

Graduates included UAE citizens, Arab nationals and other residents.

Updated: September 11th 2021, 4:35 PM