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Graduation Ceremony 2013
The 23rd Graduation Ceremony of Dubai Medical College & 18th
Graduation Ceremony of Dubai Pharmacy College, was attended by His
Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President and
Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai held at the Madinat Jumeirah.
Posing for photos with the graduates, Sheikh Mohammed expressed his happiness for seeing this great number of Emirati graduates, stressing that the education is the cornerstone for building this dear nation.
He also wished them more successes to reach the highest standards in order to serve their country and community with their knowledge and science.
Sheikh Mohammed also lauded the efforts of Hajj Saeed bin Ahmed Al Lootah, the Founder and Chairman of both colleges, which have been graduating Emirati girls for more than 27 years.
Honorary dignitary Sayyida Alyaa Bint Saeed Al Thouni from Oman and
patron of the Al Noor Association for the Blind, who was also present
at the event stressed that a greater number of health care
professionals is needed to keep pace with the strides in technology and
The DMCG was established in 1986 and DPC, the first pharmacy college in the Gulf, in 1992.
Also attending the ceremonies for students graduating from Dubai Medical College and Dubai Pharmacy College were, Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture, Youth and Community Development, Hajj Saeed Ahmed Lootah, Chairman of the Board of Trustees for both colleges, and senior officials, dignitaries, educationalists along with a large gathering of the graduates' families.
Graduates from the faculty of medicine stood before Sheikh Mohammed and took the Hippocratic Oath.
During the event, Sheikh Mohammed watched a documentary about the development of education in the U.A.E. and then congratulated the 132 graduates
Sheikh Mohammed then congratulated the 63 medical and 69 pharmaceutical graduates, wishing them a promising future, before standing for photos with them.