I have been brought up academically at the University of Sharjah where I acquired both the professional and theoretical knowledge in the field of radio and TV broadcasting. Luckily, I got a chance to be trained at the Sharjah TV station at which I work currently.
The University of Sharjah gained its fame as a distinguished academic institution in the region. I liked the Radio and TV Broadcasting Dept. because it enabled lots of graduates to use and interact with information and communication technologies (ICT). It also helped us to gain codes of ethics that systemize our work at media outlets. To this effect, we became competent graduates on a regional level.
My understanding of the image of the University of Sharjah resides in its exceptional role in bringing students from different backgrounds and diverse cultures together. This, in turn, enabled me to build a network of friends, fellows and colleagues from Islamic and Arab countries. Apart from this, I gathered the experience of many faculty members who represented different school of thoughts.
I bear all the respect and appreciation to His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohamad al-Qassimi. I got the chance to interview his highness when at the College of Communication. H. H. Sheikh Dr. Sultan handed me my diploma that I got with the highest honor. I can't forget these lofty events at the University of Sharjah.
Indeed, the University of Sharjah will be in my heart and mind as my best academic institution. I look forward to cherish the good memories that I experienced at the University of Sharjah.
Marwa Ahmed, Reporter at Sharjah TV
Sharjah University Kaleidoscope of Cultural Diversity
My four years at the College of Communication have enriched not only my knowledge and skills but also my personality. I am very grateful to my professors for giving me the opportunity to understand the many facets of media in the modern world.
Safia Al ShehhiEmirati Journalist