Your success and well-being are our top priority, so not only will we provide you with the best opportunities, but we’ll be there to support you along the way through counseling and academic support. The life of a student reaches far beyond the classroom. Our firm belief is that what goes on outside of class, is just as important as what’s taught inside the classroom. Our multicultural campus offers clubs and activities that cater to all interests from literature to marathon running. One of our core values at MBRU is about connectivity, building partnerships locally, regionally and internationally. We pride ourselves in fostering this value, with a student body comprising of 28 nationalities, who have all come to our university to enjoy a diverse educational experience. By giving all our students the opportunity to connect with others from around the world, we aim to provide that all-around educational experience, by helping you build lasting relationships and have unforgettable experiences along the way.
Our students are our most important stakeholders, and the focus of all our activities and functions. Throughout your academic journey we will strive to do our best to provide you with a rich, rewarding, enjoyable and life-defining experience.Read more
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Our location and multi-cultural environment make Dubai a brilliant place to study. The Emirate has a well-established education system, with our university having a modern infrastructure and a strong culture of innovation. Dubai has developed an opportunity for quality higher education that encourages the building of skills to drive economic growth and development, further helping young people to make choices that will allow them to become future leaders in the industry of their choice.
Making new connections has never been easier with the various student lounges and meeting spaces available at MBRU. Conveniently located cafés, recreational rooms, prayer rooms, and convenience stores will make you feel right at home. Our fast and free Wi-Fi is available all over campus so that you can work almost anywhere.
Throughout the year all our students will also have the opportunity to network with both local and international healthcare professionals, all of who are invited to MBRU to speak on their area of specialty. Not only that, but you can also take the opportunity to travel abroad to attend medical conferences and forums and be part of our Summer Scholars Program.
Created to support communications between students and the university, the Student Council provides a platform for students' voices to be heard.
The Student Council plays a vital role in coordinating campus community events and encourages student volunteering opportunities, that will benefit both the student and the wider university while supporting and encouraging student participation in extracurricular activities, which will enhance physical and emotional wellbeing.
Alia Al Mulla is a Year-6 medical student, and president of the Student Council, she is the voice of the student body and the leading force behind the enhancement of student life. She is interested in giving back to her community and passionate about her personal and professional development through volunteering, research, and medical education. When she’s not on campus, you’ll find her admiring art pieces at an art gallery.
Bayan Alyammahi, a Year-3 orthodontic postgraduate student, will serve as the vice president of the Student Council. She is a well-known beacon of guidance to her fellow juniors. She is loved by all the students, her colleagues, professors, and patients.
Jessie Joseph, a Year-5 medical student, serves as vice president of the Student Council. Medicine can be a fulfilling yet gruelling journey. I chose this position as I wanted to serve my colleagues by bringing about the changes and improvements, they wished to see thereby enhancing their experience here at MBRU.
Salama Bin Hendi, treasurer of the Student Council is a Year-5 medical student who is interested in in gastroenterology, sustainability, and the little things in life. Her mission is to be a competent physician and to be a source of support to the people around her.
Sundareswaran Sharma, Year-2 medical student, is the secretary of the Student Council. She chose the secretary position because it is the one position requiring the most organization, and I find organizing very difficult. It is ironic but I believe that there is no fun if you push yourself to only do the things you are good at. I feel you are at your best when you challenge yourself and do something outside your comfort zone, it makes for the best stories. I hope I can try and help students in MBRU to get out of their comfort zones and challenge themselves to grow as individuals.
Noora Al Ali, Year-1 medical student, is the Chair of the media and communications position. She is there to communicate with students and encourage them to join clubs and events in the university. She believes that clubs and activities are beneficial in developing skills such as teamwork and communication, which will be vital for them as healthcare professionals in the future. She is looking forward to collaborating with her peers, promoting clubs, and assisting in event planning.
The best way to predict your future is to create it. As an events and clubs chair, I aim to help students hone their hidden talents in a fun and enjoyable way. Do you have an idea? drop by and let’s discuss it over some Karak.
Nagham Toba, Year-6 medical student, is a bright medical student who is at the core of all of MBRU's activities and events. She was a major contributor to MBRU's Clubs and campus life during her early days. She strongly believes in the importance of work life balance while studying and working in the field of medicine
Sara Vidha, Year-2 medical student is a charismatic individual who loves organizing events, public speaking, socializing, and playing field hockey. She believes that being a student, we have limited access to helping the world, however our will and intention to help is what drives us to bring about the changes that count.
Our Reach Club is about creating opportunities to give back to our community, with no boundaries. Every color, every race, every corner of the world, to "REACH". This club aims to implement the values it holds, on the basis of humanitarian acts and looks to expand with a united team spirit. At REACH, we plan to cover a variety of events regionally and internationally, associating with various other organizations and pupils that share similar goals - to REACH!
Keeping the body and mind synced is the aim of our Sports Club. To become healthier and more competitive versions of yourselves - and have fun whilst you're at it! Our Sports Club includes different sports of interest, holds in-house games, competitions, and aims to grow to be part of larger competitions locally and potentially regionally too.
Our Literature and Arts Club focuses on developing and nourishing talent and interests. It includes a collection of sub-sections which are headed up by a student or two - dedicated to aspects of the arts and literature, such as books, movies, drama, and cinematography. Plans for the future include an extension of ATLAS events in such a way that involves networking with other universities and their students.
Our Language Club looks to widen our students horizons by allowing you to learn, practice and develop new languages of interest. While expanding the number of languages you know is beneficial in your career, it also plays a role in mind function and growth.
The Media Club encompasses a variety of fields include photography and journalism. Here you can pursue alternative hobbies and interest in advocating knowledge via broadcasting it for the public to see, whether this is through imagery or words.
Medical education is an ever-evolving field of interest in our society. The Journal club at MBRU keeps the same standard by delivering the best of contemporary medicine in a student-centered environment. By organizing regular sessions on themes relevant to the research community, we hope to prepare students in mastering key skills in critical appraisal, public speaking and research writing, thereby setting the groundwork for productivity through professionalism.
Under the supervision of our research faculty and the core team, literature is reviewed, presented and challenged from various themes of research such as Basic Sciences, Clinical, Psychosocial and Educational research. This allows students from all stages of learning to take this opportunity in being an active member of the Journal club.
At Art Club, we strongly believe that every individual has an artist within them, and our goal is to unleash them in various forms of activities, including sketching, painting, calligraphy and so much more. Art does not exist only to entertain, but also to challenge one to think, to provoke, even to disturb, in a constant search for truth. Art therapy helps each individual to express what they're feeling inside through a blank canvas, and it has been scientifically proven to be helpful in terms of reducing stress, and it's a great way to keep your mental health healthy.