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A Memorable Visit from South African Students at DIFC

Recently, DIFC had the pleasure of hosting a special visit that left a lasting impression on both our campus and the visiting students. More than 300 students from South Africa embarked on this memorable journey, and one of the highlights was a captivating lecture by our Head of English for Academic Purposes, Michelle Cubert.

The lecture, titled “Dracula and his Impact on Pop Culture,” offered a unique perspective on the cultural significance of this iconic character.

In addition to the enlightening lecture, our South African guests had the opportunity to explore our beautiful campus and discover the diverse academic programs we offer. What sets us apart is our collaboration with NCUK, which provides access to over 90 prestigious universities worldwide. This partnership expands horizons and opens doors to countless educational opportunities.

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As the great Nelson Mandela once wisely stated, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” At DIFC, we wholeheartedly embrace this sentiment. We believe in the transformative power of education, and this special visit reaffirmed our commitment to being a part of our students’ educational journeys. We are excited to see how these students, armed with knowledge and passion, will go on to make a positive impact on the world.

Thank you for being a part of our vibrant educational community. We look forward to more enriching experiences and collaborations in the future, as we continue to make quality education accessible to students from around the globe.

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