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How many students does it take to change a light bulb at NYUAD?

Three – One to actually change the light bulb, a second to organise a seminar on the cosmopolitanism of light bulb changing and a third to complain on Facebook about why energy-saving bulbs are not being used…

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This brand new, fresh out of the box American transplant university finds itself in an emerging, vibrant and bustling city right on the coastline of the Arabian Gulf. Not to be confused with Dubai, which most of your friends and family back home will undoubtedly mistake as the city in which you live - forever enquiring as to “How it’s going out there in Dubai?” (Or even better, “Abu Dubai”).

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