Why look out of the country to study, when there are cheaper and equally attractive options back home?
By Wong Casandra
“Emaar doesn’t just make buildings, they create lifetimes,” says Raja Chowdhury, a Hospitality Management lecturer who teaches at both diploma and advanced diploma levels.
He is of course referring to Emaar Properties, one of Dubai’s biggest global real estate companies. The conglomerate’s education wing acquired Raffles Campus, a local education provider, in 2006 along with the Raffles Campus Business School (RCBS), one of its components.
The school is one of Emaar Education’s many institutes in Asia, offering alternative routes for those seeking a tertiary education. Raffles Campus occupies a vast facility near Clementi which is equipped with sports amenities, various laboratories and other necessary infrastructure to complement the courses offered. READ MORE