A delegation from the University of Fujairah visited the headquarters of the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Fujairah, where they were received by His Excellency Colonel Dr. Ahmed Ali Al-Sagheeri, the Executive Director of the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs, who expressed his appreciation for the visit. This came as part of the university’s and the College of Communication’s interaction with graduates in their workplaces and field training students.
Captain Ahmed Saeed Al-Yamahi and First Lieutenant Rashid Khamees Al-Marashoudi praised the outstanding level of the University of Fujairah graduates, and explained that thanks to the wise leadership’s directives, the department provides a high level of excellent services to all those who deal with it, and that excellence and satisfying the customers are a fact felt by all those who deal with all the department’s services.
The delegation included Dr. Robin Kabha, a professor of public communication, and Dr. Ahmed Mustafa Kamel, a professor of public relations at the college, where they conveyed the greetings and appreciation of Professor Dr. Samih Al-Ghawanma, the director of the University of Fujairah, and praised all the efforts made in the department and their implementation of the highest quality standards regarding communication efforts, public relations, and customer satisfaction. The delegation also met with a number of graduates from the University of Fujairah, in addition to student Maryam Khalafan Al-Khazimi, who is training in the management department.
Dr. Robin Kabha stated that the visit came in response to the university director’s instructions, as part of the university’s and the College of Communication’s follow-up to their graduate students and trainees in state institutions, who have an important role in serving the country, as well as being ambassadors for the university in the job market. Dr. Ahmed Kamel added that the College of Communication follows up with its graduates and trainee students in all state institutions, and that the university always seeks to listen to the recommendations of employers and graduates to develop and improve the educational process.