R Hotels signs MoU with CUCA for student placements

Through the agreement, the company plans to provide internships and placements to CUCA students

R Hotels signs MoU with CUCA for student internships.
R Hotels signs MoU with CUCA for student internships.

As part of City University college of Ajman’s ongoing commitment to its student body, the college has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with R Hotels.

The agreement provides a framework for the two organisations to provide students with professional internship and job placement opportunities across R Hotels portfolio of seven properties in Dubai and Ajman.

On the signing, R Hotels’ managing director, Sumair Tariq said: “It is a great privilege to extend this alliance with City University College of Ajman. At R Hotels, we believe in nurturing great talent and recognize that gaining experience in an organization not only provides students with insight into their chosen field and how business is done, but can also give them a competitive edge when applying for jobs. We are also pleased to offer permanent employment to CUCA students, as their graduates present good talent pool.”

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CUCA president Imran Khan said: “At CUCA, we believe in fostering a learning environment which encourages innovation and entrepreneurship, in line with UAE vision 2021.”

“Working with R Hotels will allow our students to get internship and job placement opportunities with an organization which shares similar values on professionalism and following best-practices in the industry,” Khan added.

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