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UAE Exchange ties up with the University of Wollongong in Dubai; Fee payment can be made at any of the branches

Wednesday, 02 October, 2013

UAE Exchange the leading remittance and foreign exchange brand recently tied up with University of Wollongong in Dubai (UOWD). As per the agreement, students of UOWD can now walk in to any of the 126 branches of UAE Exchange across the UAE and pay their university fees.

Mr. Varghese Mathew, Country Head – UAE Exchange, UAE said, “UAE has gained a lot of attention recently and hence has become a magnet attracting a lot of foreign institutions for higher education. More than 50% of the student population in UAE are foreign nationals. With the country turning into an international destination for education, we felt it was important to provide service to the student community as well. We are very happy to have collaborated with a prestigious institution like the University of Wollongong in Dubai, and hope this relationship is further strengthened.”

Prof Trevor Spedding, President of UOWD said “UOWD attracts students from right across the Emirates and many of them, particularly those studying for postgraduate degrees, have chosen the university because the flexibility of our programs allows them to work and study at the same time. Partnering with UAE exchange means extending this flexibility to the payment of fees, and we are delighted to work with them in continuing to make life easier for our students enrolling in programs this autumn and beyond.”

Known for its excellent customer service and widest network among remittance brands UAE Exchange has over 700 branches in 30 countries across five continents serving over 6 million customers. Strong correspondent relationship with over 150 global banks further adds to the might. With over 126 branches in UAE, customers can walk in to the nearest one to address their multiple financial requirements viz. money transfers, currency exchange, bill payments, salary collection and more, under one roof. Its penchant for quality has won UAE Exchange many awards and earned the trust of customers, partners and regulators alike, thus helping it to get the acclaim of the World’s Trusted Money Transferrer.

The University of Wollongong in Dubai is one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the UAE. Founded in 1993 by the University of Wollongong Australia, this year marks the 20th anniversary of UOWD’s establishment in Dubai. Having started out as an English language college, UOWD now provides undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programs in the fields of Business and Management, Finance and Accounting, and Computer Science and Engineering, and also offers degrees in Arts and Humanities disciplines at Masters level. Alongside this wide range of degree programs, UOWD retains its reputation as a trusted provider of language training, through its dedicated Language Studies Centre.

The event was attended by senior officials of UAE Exchange, University of Wollongong, special invitees and the Media.

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