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05 October 2020
Al Ramz & AUS hold an Induction Ceremony for Graduates Program

Al Ramz PJSC and the American University of Sharjah hold an induction ceremony for Graduates Programme


Dubai, 4 October 2020, Al Ramz PJSC, a Dubai Financial Market listed company that offers a variety of financial products and services including asset management, corporate finance, market making, liquidity providing, brokerage, IPO management and research, held at its Head Office an induction ceremony for its Graduates Programme.  The ceremony was attended by Al Ramz Chairman, Mr. Dhafer Al Ahbabi, Al Ramz Managing Director, Mr. Mohammad Al Mortada Al Dandashi, as well as the Dean of the School of Business Administration at the American University of Sharjah, Dr. Narjess Boubakri, via video call.


Al Ramz had partnered with the American University of Sharjah to provide its graduates with careers in the financial services sector under Al Ramz Graduates Programme.  The Programme is designed to develop future generation of leaders through a planned learning experience, on-the-job training and career development.  Upon the successful completion of the Programme, graduates are extended permanent opportunities at Al Ramz.


Mr. Dhafer Al Ahbabi, the Chairman of Al Ramz PJSC, said, "we are proud to contribute to the future of our youth and to provide them the tools and opportunities to launch their careers.  We commend the American University of Sharjah and Dean Boubakri for the workplace readiness of graduates.’’


Dr. Narjes Boubakri, the Dean of the School of Business Administration at the American University of Sharjah said, “congratulations to all graduates who completed the Al Ramz graduates programme.  We are proud of their achievement and we wish them the best in their career.  recruitment.  The support of our hiring partners, such as Al Ramz Corporation is instrumental in launching the successful careers of our students.”


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