Engineers To Be is one of the top Engineering After School Academy in UAE for 6 Years. ETB offers various academic activities for your child to teach him the Engineering Concepts. We cover Civil Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Software Engineering as well as Coding and Robotics. We follow Understand-Design-Build-Test-Compete” structure in a very EDU-FUN Environment and use only raw materials to build the Engineering Projects from scratch. Due to the high success rate and demand for our courses, the top education institute including Kings Schools, Safa Community School, Raffles Internation School, Repton School, Cranleigh School and many more of UAE having a partnership with us to provide our services on their campus.
Our Evening Engineering Academies offer the most challenging and unique engineering experience. It sets a full engineering environment for our students combining both engineering workshops and coding in a unique experience. Students also learn more about cost estimation, budgeting their projects, and trading with other teams to get a better feeling of real-world engineering experience.
Registrations for the Engineering evening and weekend academies are now open. Classes will start on 15th September 2019. These Academics are open to everyone from all over the UAE.
Limited spaces, so make sure to secure your space.
For the past 6 years, our team of engineers has been committed to delivering a unique EDU-FUN experience to all our students. This year our team expanded and launched the new CODING & ROBOTICS program in addition to our highly successful ENGINEERING program. As always, we will continue to offer our programs in a unique way. Our engineering program follows the “Understand-Design-Build-Test-Compete” structure and our coding and robotics program follows “Understand-Build-Code-Test-Compete” with no readymade kits, no plug and play, and no LEGO kits. To ensure that our coding and robotics program will run at the highest standard as our engineering program, we have introduced the winning team of the 2017 World Robot Olympiad to our team of engineers.