Social Online Learning debutes on Facebook

Hamdan Bin Mohammad e-University (HBMeU) launched an innovative Social Online Learning (SOL) initiative. SOL provides various training courses through the social network Facebook. The initiative aims at a range of 2.5 million interactive learners.


SOL offers competitive-cost of social online learning for students of any age. The service can be either on English or Arabic. The courses in the initiative feature science, information technology, mathematics, English language and business and leadership skills.

The Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Executive Council and President of the Hamdan Bin Mohammed e- University – H. H. Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum inaugurated the program under his directives. The official start was given on Sunday when HBMeU Board of Governors had a meeting at the Dubai Police Officers Club.

SOL will provide 1,200 online lessons in IT, sciences, math etc. The initiative is based on top international curricula and learners can attain 4-12 grades.

In addition adult learners can find more than 75 online business skill courses divided into ten subclasses. The subclass categories include entrepreneurship, talent development, leadership, human resources management, Islamic banking, communication, marketing and operation management and others.

SOL offers more than 600 online lessons in English language developed on Cambridge curricula and examinations. The lessons are suitable for children and adults.

Certificate is automatically received after every completed course. Learners who want an official certificate can go to Hamdan Bin Mohammad e-University and take an exam on the same course. SOL gives you the opportunity to study at your will. When you feel ready, you can take official certificate after just one exam.

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