Dr Khyati Shetty, Head of School- Business and Arts featured in Gulf News Education’s latest coverage on how universities are fostering a culture of innovation in the UAE. She speaks about how Curtin University Dubai attributes the importance in creating students who are not only corporate ready but also innovation ready.
“Students from Curtin’s School of Business and School of Media jointly collaborated on a new product development project for Hunter Foods,” says Dr Khyati Shetty, Head — School of Business and School of Humanities, Curtin University Dubai. “This project was presented to the company, where an extensive plan was crafted for evolving the brand — from the logo conception and product packaging to full brand guardianship.
“We at Curtin want to ensure that our degrees can help solve tomorrow’s problems by responding to the market needs. To help fulfil this, we have signed up with the various industry and professional bodies such as PWC Academy, ACCA, CIMA, CIM, and CISCO Middle East. We have also signed an agreement with Alleem Research & Development Centre to conduct/promote collaborative research and innovation in the field of sustainability.”
Read the full coverage on https://gulfnews.com/uae/education/idea-to-innovation