Two-year programme run by Khalifa University will teach pupils about potential careers in oil and gas sector
A group of high school pupils in the UAE have started a new course designed to educate them on the country’s oil and gas sector.
The two-year Ro’ya programme is organised by Khalifa University and ADNOC, and aims to raise awareness among the pupils about petroleum engineering-related degrees and potential careers in the energy sector.
Dr Ahmed Al Shoaibi, senior vice president of academic and student services at Khalifa University, said he was delighted to partner with ADNOC.
“The Ro’ya summer programme is designed to provide students with the right perspectives as they look forward to planning and choosing their future academic course,” he said.