Alumni share their precious moments with AMA International University community


Distinguished alumni recently shared their testimonies at the AMAIUB auditorium during the Batch 2011 Alumni Homecoming.

“ I’m glad to be back home. I owe what I am now as an Engineer to my Alma Mater. I rose from the ranks from the different big companies. At Pan Gulf Industrial System (PGIS), I worked 12 hours a day without weekends. I was promoted as a construction Manager, after which, I was challenged to handle more projects”, Engr. Raed Jawad Ali Al Gallaf, Bachelor of Science in Informatics Engineering graduate, remarked.

“ Despite all these pressures at work, I never rest on my laurels after leaving AMAIUB, because I believe that an Engineer does not have a monopoly of knowledge. Burning my midnight candle, I had to leave home at 6 am and have to be home by 7pm. My boss once asked me, ‘Where would you want to be in the future? He answered, “I will look forward to be seated where you are sitting right now. My challenge to you, fellow alumni, at the peak of your career, are you willing to be a manager, or still be a mere employee? The choice is yours”, Engr. Raed added.

Summa Cum Laude Mohammed Adel, Bachelor of Science in Mechatronics Engineering alumnus, said , “I went to France to enrich my skill, then went back home to look for a job that suits me”.

Presently, Engr. Mohammed works as an engineer and an entrepreneur.

Plaques of Recognition were awarded to the Batch 2011 achievers.