Under the Patronage of H.H. Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of The United Arab Emirates

Host
ABU DHABI INTERNATIONAL PETROLEUM
EXHIBITION & CONFERENCE
12-15 NOVEMBER 2018
Supported by

This year Young ADIPEC has launched an Alumni Programme which will focus on engaging both this year's participants and former participants who have attended the previous editions of the programme. Young ADIPEC has taken an enabling approach and worked with schools and colleges to track Young ADIPEC students who participated in the Young ADIPEC 2013 edition and nine Emarati students to choose engineering as their major studies after joining the Young ADIPEC programme.

TESTIMONIALS

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I was behind track on choosing my future career’s major. Young ADIPEC 2013 gave me the opportunity to go on a fieldtrip to Schlumberger. I was enlightened about the future requirements in UAE, and the focused vision toward engineering and technologies. Young ADIPEC Programme directed me to my future career. Now, I am a chemical engineer in progress, doing my best to earn some skills and knowledge to serve my country in the best manners… The future seeks engineers to build it and the present needs engineers to change it!!!

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING STUDENT

NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY, BOSTON – USA

SAEED KHOURY

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I was happy to wear the personal protective equipment for the first time in my life at Baker Hughes field trip back in 2013, Young ADIPEC gave me the opportunity to see how the day of Mechanical Engineer is like, I loved the challenges of the job. My dream is to work for ADNOC in one of its sites.

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING STUDENT

THE PETROLEUM INSTITUTE

ASMA YATEEM

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Young ADIPEC was a wonderful experience. It was a great learning opportunity that allowed me to have a closer look at the industry, to discover the real world and meet some great inspiring people.

COMPUTER SCIENCE STUDENT

KHALIFA UNIVERSITY

AAMINAH KHAN

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Being a part of the Young ADIPEC program in 2013 contributed in solidifying my aspirations in pursuing a career in engineering. Prior to the program, I did not realize how interesting and important the engineering industry could be. The program took us on a fieldtrip which was my first exposure to an engineering workspace and it sparked a passion in me that eventually brought me to where I am now: honing my skills and knowledge to be a capable engineer that can contribute to the aviation and aerospace industry.

AEROSPACE ENGINEERING STUDENT

KHALIFA UNIVERSITY

GIANNA RAMIREZ

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After participating at Young ADIPEC in 2013, my path was clear to me and my goals were set

IT SECURITY STUDENT

TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY

JASEM AL HOSANI

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Back in 2013 before participating in the young ADIPEC programme I had no idea what engineering was. I never thought I would end up where I am today. So I am truly thankful to this program that directed me somehow to this path which I certainly like and enjoy.

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING STUDENT

PETROLEUM INSTITUTE

ALREEM ALHAMMADI