Educational incentives offered to students
With the new academic year just around the corner, City Centres in the Northern Emirates revel in rewarding children and university students before they return to their studies.
City Centres Ajman, Fujairah & Sharjah of Majid Al Futtaim, the leading shopping mall, retail and leisure pioneer across the Middle East and North Africa, demonstrate their appreciation of the next generation. As the end of summer draws near, City Centres of the Northern Emirates treat students by offering deals and chances to win big. Shoppers can spend AED 299 for the chance to win one of 60 fantastic prizes, whilst shoppers can take advantage of discounts up to 75% on selected retailers.
Students are the future of our society: promoting active learning for the new generation, students can win a tuition fee up to the value of AED 20,000 by registering online. Students can also visit the customer service desk at any of the City Centres in the Northern Emirates to register in person, where they will receive a free tote bag - going back to class in style.
Fuad Mansoor Sharaf, Senior Director of Property Management at Majid Al Futtaim – Properties said: “City Centres of the Northern Emirates unite in celebrating our future doctors, teachers, inventors, philanthropists, artists, and leaders. Majid Al Futtaim creates great moments, for everyone, everyday, through fun learning and leisure activities, whilst enhancing the shopping experience.”
From August 5th to September 28th, a magical dough play Zone will take over the City Centres in the Northern Emirates: at City Centre Sharjah 5-12 August, City Centre Ajman 13-20 August, and City Centre Fujairah 21-28 August. The dough play Zone is a fun-filled world of colours and shapes: kids can delve into dough castles, make dough ice-cream, meet 3D Dough cartoon characters, and stamp cool 3D toys and candy shapes in the dough play area.
The dough play Zone is notorious for providing a fun learning experience, incorporating sensory development, allowing young children to learn through experience and to develop hand-eye coordination in new ways.