The SUC is accredited, and its plans are approved by the Education Authorization Commission (CAA) of the Department of Higher Education and Scientific Research (MOHESR), in the United Arab Emirates. The college is a member of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business,  and Council for School Accreditation and Business Programs. The SUC was established in September 1990 in Sharjah under the leadership of its ruler Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad Al-Qasimi, a member of the UAE Supreme Council. It runs a four-year Bachelor of Business Administration program, with major skills in Travel & Tourism Management, Information Systems, International Business, Finance, and Marketing. SUC also runs a two-year Master of Business Administration program with a focus on Marketing, Finance, Human Resource Management & Strategic Management & Leadership; and short courses in IATA, CTH, GCAA & ACCA. Programs from autumn 2006 onwards are approved and approved by the Department of Higher Education and Scientific Research, UAE. Etisalat University College (EUC) traces its roots back to 1989 when it first started as Etisalat College of Engineering.
Initially the College ran a single program leading to a diploma in Communication Engineering. Within two years the College launched the Bachelor of Communication Engineering program. Engineering programs were further expanded in 1997 with the introduction of the Bachelor of Electronic Engineering and the Bachelor of Computer Engineering program. In the short time of its inception, the College established an excellent reputation for the provision of high quality programs and qualifications. The term led to the approval of its national and international programs. The EUC offers a range of programs designed for flexibility, competitiveness and psychological promotion. It provides students with excellent academic and social services including a comprehensive library collection, computing facilities, laboratories and workshops in addition to English language learning laboratories, accommodation and sports and recreation centers.
Provide an effective training center for national telecommunications staff and other related disciplines by providing B.Eng. degrees in Communications Engineering, Electronic Engineering and Computer Engineering. Graduates will meet the needs of both Etisalat and other employers in the private and public sectors of the UAE. The EUC has been established to provide a stable supply of such professionals to join the national workforce and contribute to the overall development and economic growth of the country.
Authorization and license by UAE
Etisalat University College is licensed by the Department of Education. The license ensures that the institution meets the quality operating procedures commonly accepted by the international higher education community. These B.Eng degrees. (Hons) is approved by the Department of Education. Authorization confirms the full quality of the individual program. It looks at curriculum, teaching competence, competence skills, educational environment and resources. “The successful completion of the program demonstrates the student’s ability to understand, personal and work effectively in the technological and global community”. M.Sc. (by research) obtained Appropriate Authorization Status from the Department of Education.
Authorization by the Institute of (IEE):
All undergraduate degree programs offered by Etisalat University College are also accredited by IEE. The College has therefore become the first institution of higher education in the Arab World, and is just one of the universities / universities-universities outside the United Kingdom, to secure this prestigious position. The acquisition of IEE accreditation is a testament to the excellent academic standards maintained by Etisalat University College, which is equivalent to the quality offered by top British universities. Graduates of Etisalat University College are eligible to become Chartered Engineers through a quick enrollment process.
Library Information and Services:
The curriculum aims to improve the acquisition of knowledge among students as a way to prepare them to have a positive attitude towards independent thinking and problem-solving strategies. One of the most important tools to achieve this is to help students become familiar with retrieval skills as soon as they join the College. English language modules include library-based assignments that require extensive use of the library and resources. Therefore, the Library takes a leading position in the curriculum and has succeeded in creating a large collection of educational research material. This collection is particularly strong in the fields of telecommunications engineering, computer science, electrical and electrical engineering. Current library resources include about ten thousand indexes and textbooks, with automatic catalog resources searching by title, title, or author. The collection grows slowly, with new publications being made every year. All stock is kept in open access areas for users, who can read in the library or borrow equipment on an electronic loan system for up to eight weeks.
The reference collection is widely used in the use of its title to address information needs in the fields related to appropriate technology and education system and to quickly refer to areas of general interest. The Library subscribes to more than a hundred state-of-the-art journals that cover most of the teaching needs and research interests of staff and students. Texts from journals not held in the library can be obtained from external sources such as the British Library Document Supply Center. In addition, the Library subscribes to information on CD-ROM and has Internet connections to other Internet sources. There is also a list of audio and visual aids associated with printed and electronic sources held by the Library. Other information services offered include checking, copying, central library lending, and book searches.
Computer & Internet Resources:
The College has comprehensive computer centers, which provide assistance in all aspects of the use of Information Technology. These services are available to all members of the College. Computer-assisted computer centers are heavily based on Unix and PC programs. The Sun network, which has a lot of hardware attached, supports a wide range of applications used in the curriculum. A large number of ‘collections’ of IBM compatible computers are offered throughout the college. In addition to providing access to a wide range of locally stored PC software, these programs can be used to retrieve data and applications stored on file servers. The College is able to access the Internet through a fast rental line. In addition, low-level and back-end domain name servers located in Sun, Mail Server, and Web Server are available at the College. A room equipped with most IBM-compatible PCs with the necessary Internet access packages is available for students to access the Internet. Electronic Mail properties are available for most computer systems, including PCs. Widely used by students and staff, it provides communication within the college and for computer users around the world. The internal communication of the College is completely automatic. A Lotus Notes server with 50 customers is installed to enable users to send memos and exchange files over the network using this structure.
All teaching and assessment are done in English (excluding Arabic and Islamic Study). Good English instruction is therefore essential for success in College as lectures, tutorials, reports, and research projects require fluency in written English. In addition, students are expected to develop good reading and note-taking skills in order to make the most of the reading material they receive. In addition, they should be able to speak good English to communicate with instructors during seminars, presentations, and participate in discussion groups and tutorials.