Higher Colleges of Technology (Sharjah Women's Campus)

Tanweer Hall, Higher Colleges of Technology, Women Campus, Sharjah UAE, 7947, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

The Higher Colleges of Technology (HCT) is the largest higher education institution in the UAE, renowned for its leadership in applied and technological education. HCT was founded in 1988 with the remit to establish a world-class post-secondary education infrastructure for UAE nationals. Today, it is a federally funded system with 16 colleges throughout the UAE and a dynamic presence that impacts the entire region. Providing a wide range of English-taught programmes in applied communications, business, engineering technology and science, computer information science, health sciences and education, HCT has become the largest higher educational institution in the UAE.


The Higher College of Technology Sharjah Women’s Campus (SJW) is one of the two HCT colleges based in the city of Sharjah and one of seventeen colleges throughout the United Arab Emirates that comprise the Higher Colleges of Technology. HCT Women Campus is located in Sharjah's University City that is 9 km away from Sharjah international airport and 21 km from Dubai international airport.

Sharjah, UAE

Sharjah is the third largest and most populous city of the seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates (UAE), forming together with Dubai-Sharjah-Ajman part of the metropolitan conurbation of Dubai. It is located along the north coast of the Persian Gulf, in the Arabian Peninsula.