The 'World's Smartest Campus' Opens in Dubai

  • Publish date: Friday، 22 April 2022
The 'World's Smartest Campus' Opens in Dubai
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H.H Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of The Executive Council of Dubai, inaugurated the 'world’s smartest campus' at University of Birmingham on Wednesday by putting forward a challenge before students.


Those who solved the challenge within 8 minutes were rewarded with Dh100,000! And yes, the Royal also took selfies with the super-excited kids.

The Dubai campus will be embedded with cutting-edge technology promising to deliver world-class physical and digital experience befitting a global, top 100-ranked university.

The first global top 100 and UK Russell Group University to establish a campus in Dubai in September 2018, it adds to the leading education hub’s roster of global and local internationally accredited academic institutions

The new campus will provide 50,000m2 of teaching and research space. Designed by Hopkins Architects and built by Khansaheb, the buildings overlook parkland and natural spaces. They reflect the ‘green heart’ of the University’s campus in Birmingham, giving the student community a complete campus university experience.

The campus will eventually be able to support up to 2,900 students and feature innovative teaching and research space to encourage cross disciplinary working.