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HCT RAK Womens College in Ras Al Khaimah

College name HCT RAK Womens College
Director's name Dr Ali Al Mansoori (director)
Executive body or owner Higher Colleges of Technology (HCT)
Date founded 1993
Number of students (approx) 1300
Number of staff (approx)
Type of institute government non-profit college
College location / area Al Uraibi / Al Oraibi - location map
Postal address PO Box 4792, Ras Al Khaimah, UAE
Telephone +971-7-2210550
Fax +971-7-2210660
Email
Website rakc.hct.ac.ae
Curriculum UAE
Qualifications Diploma, Bachelors, BEd
College fees
Instructor salary range 12,000-22,000 dhs per month (2008-2009)
Student satisfaction rating
4 stars from 2 votes.    
Parent satisfaction rating
3 stars from 2 votes.    
Instructor job satisfaction rating
(by instructors, not about instructors)
2.5 stars from 9 votes.    

HCT RAK Womens College admissions, reviews, notes

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RAK Women's College courses and programs
  • Higher Diploma in Applied Business and Technology
  • Higher Diploma in Information Technology (IT)
  • Bachelor of Applied Science
  • Bachelor in Applied Media Technology (proposed, maybe for RKM only)
  • Bachelor of Education
  • Bachelor in Mechatronics (proposed, probably for RKM only)
  • Master's in Education (proposed for September 2010, probably for RKW, not RKM)
  • Master's in Information Technology (proposed for September 2010, maybe for RKM also/only)
  • Executive Master of Business Administration (Executive MBA / EMBA) (proposed for September 2010, maybe for RKM only)
RAK Women's College directors
  • Dr Robert Moulton
06 September 2012
  • The new campus for RAK Women's College opened for business.
30 May 2010
  • Apparently construction work for the new HCT RAK Women's campus hadn't started last year, as previously reported. A Khaleej Times article 30 May 2010 about graduating students from RKM said that HCT Ras Al Khaimah colleges are excited about the setting up of new campus for the Ras Al Khaimah Women's College, the construction of which will commence next month.
  • The same report said new programs would be starting according to the director, Dr Robert D Moulton - "We will also be starting new bachelor's degree programmes in Mechatronics and Applied Media Technology. Ras Al Khaimah Colleges will also be having new Master's programmes this fall in Information Technology, Executive MBA and Education,"
  • It wasn't clear if the new programs would be offered at RKM, RKW, or both colleges.
30 October 2009
  • Construction work on the new RAK Women's campus has started according to a report in The National newspaper.
  • New campus completion date planned for February / March 2011. Add on the usual UAE construction delays and maybe end of 2011 is realistic.
07 September 2009
  • Sheikh Mohammed, the Ruler of Dubai, visited the women's college and reviewed some new construction plans. WAM reported that "Shaikh Mohammad approved a design and signed it. He also ordered that the building be built on modern basis, to accommodate 2000 students from all around Ras Al Khaimah."
  • RAK Women's College has been in sort of temporary buildings since it opened in 1993.
10 January 2009
  • Ras Al Khaimah HCT Women's College is one of many Higher College of Technology (HCT) campuses in the UAE. HCT is a federally funded tertiary training institute for UAE nationals, with courses taught in English.
  • See also RKM HCT for information about the Men's College in RAK.
Last update 28 July 2013
General comments - might not apply to HCT RAK Womens College
  • Fees, facilities, education quality varies widely. Allow extra fees for visa, transport, accommodation.
  • Salaries, accommodation, other benefits for lecturer jobs vary substantially. Check contracts carefully for medical, housing, flight allowances, etc.
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