Mohamed Bin Zayed University for Humanities announces shortlist for highly competitive teaching positions

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates; 05 August 2021 – The Mohamed Bin Zayed University for Humanities has announced it has shortlisted candidates for faculty positions with interviews commencing immediately for 200 candidates, out of the 8000 who applied from across the Arab region.

Teaching positions at the prestigious university based in Abu Dhabi are among the most competitive in the region, with applicants going through a series of general and specialized examinations.

“The university has established recruitment procedures according to well-established international standards, to ensure the quality of academic staff who will be given teaching positions for the new academic year. Theapplications have been carefully evaluated and those shortlisted possess credentials and experience that are in in line with the university’s academic and research aspirations,” said Dr. Khaled Al Dhaheri, Chancellor, Mohamed Bin Zayed University for Humanities.

As a premier state university, the Mohamed Bin Zayed University for Humanities boasts a distinguished faculty with international academic credentials and teaching experience to ensure that its students obtain the best levels of academic education.

The university, the first in the world to introduce a program of tolerance and coexistence, aims to strengthen the higher education system in the UAE by offering specialized academic programs at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels in the field of humanities.