In pictures: Sheikh Mohammed visits NYU in Abu Dhabi

Established in 2009 based on a partnership agreement between the Abu Dhabi Government and NYU.
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NYU Abu Dhabi welcomed the emirate's Crown Prince on Tuesday. (Image: WAM)
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Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, visited New York University Abu Dhabi (NYU Abu Dhabi) campus at Saadiyat Island, a branch of the international network of New York University, one of the largest American research universities, which was established in 2009 based on a partnership agreement between the Abu Dhabi Government and NYU. (Image: WAM)
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During the visit, Sheikh Mohamed, while accompanied by Khaldoon Al Mubarak, Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Executive Affairs Authority, EAA; and Mohamed Mubarak Al Mazrouei, Under-Secretary of the Crown Prince’s Court of Abu Dhabi, met with John Sexton, President Emeritus of NYU, and Alfred Bloom, Vice Chancellor of NYU Abu Dhabi, and a number of administrative, academic and educational boards. (Image: WAM)
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The university attracts to its different colleges and educational departments 1,050 students from 113 countries. These students study in 22 main specialties. (Image: WAM)
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The campus of NYU Abu Dhabi includes 21 buildings, with a space of 450,000 square metres, and two sports areas with the space of 318,347 square metres. (Image: WAM)
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Sheikh Mohamed met a number of students who received the Rhodes International Education Scholarship in 2017, which gives exceptional students the chance to continue their studies at Oxford University in Britain. (Image: WAM)