Expo 2021| UAE University Pavilion Expo 2021 Dubai issues programming guide

The University of the United Arab Emirates (UAEU), the country’s flagship institution and the only university to participate in Expo 2020, has released the organization’s programming guide for Expo 2021 Dubai.

The pavilion, which will officially open on October 10, 2021, is designed with the theme ‘University of the Future’ as a modern approach to higher education. Pavilion Expo 2021 in Dubai is set to showcase 1 primary program, 2 exhibitions and more than 67 events over a six-month period.

UAE University Pavilion Expo 2021 Dubai issues programming guide
UAE University Pavilion Expo 2021 Dubai issues programming guide

The UAE University Pavilion participates in Expo 2021 Dubai’s ‘Connecting Minds, Creating the Future’ approach by promoting creativity, innovation and collaboration through various activities for 6 months. October Programming University Opening Ceremonies And there are exhibitions that introduce their ambitions, ideas and goals to this global platform where visitors from all over the world will be present, ”said the Deputy Commissioner General and official spokesperson at Expo 2021.

An online programming guide for October presents the official list of UAE pavilion programs. Programming Pathfinders Program 2.0 includes a permanent display, a temporary display, as well as other events.

Pathfinders Program 2.0, as the core program of the UAE Pavilion, will welcome national and international participants who will go through a six-month course using the Expo 2021 site as a learning environment. In order to address the challenges posed by the pavilions of the countries.

A permanent exhibition will be set up at the site to offer visitors a 20-minute in-depth experience of the Pathfinders journey. The temporary exhibition will be digitally displayed and will feature the UAE’s ‘Tree of Life’ as it creatively tells the story behind the UAE’s vision and ambitions.

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