Students at Jumeira University will be able to utilize many on-campus facilities that support the learning experience and campus life. 

This includes: 

  • Library and Resource Center with over 80,000 resources 
  • Language and audio learning centers 
  • Smartboard-enabled classrooms adjusted for individual and group work 
  • Mobile access to adapted facilities and laboratories 
  • A 300-seat auditorium 
  • A modern and equipment-rich sports hall 
  • Cafeterias 
Jumeira Unviversity Auditorium

Among Jumeira University’s numerous facilities is a high-tech auditorium suited for graduation ceremonies, meetings, workshops, seminars, as well as for hosting high-profile speaking events. 

The auditorium is fitted with 300 seats, an overhead projector and a 200-inch screen, in addition to a state-of-the-art sound system. 

The Jumeira University campus hosts two cafeteria; for male and female students respectively. Both cafeterias offer dining and seating areas. 

Furthermore, the University is equipped with many vending machines for refreshments and snacks, available at both the male and female campuses. 

The modern indoors sports hall at the Jumeira University campus is perfectly suited for football, basketball and handball. Students can make reservations to use the facilities and equipment. 

Additionally, the sports hall contains a theater that can be used for cultural and national holiday celebrations and ceremonies. 

The Aisha Mosque, located on the campus of Jumeira University, is one of the Islamic icons of Dubai. The mosque was built before campus development, and is named after Sayyeda Aisha, wife of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and Mother of All Believers. 

The mosque was officially inaugurated by HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum, Prime Minister and Vice President of the UAE, Ruler of Dubai, in the presence of dignitaries and members of the community and the UAE government. The mosque was opened on the 29th of Shaaban 1432 Hijri; 31st of July 2011 in the Gregorian calendar. 

The mosque reflects the captivating beauty of Islamic architecture, internally and externally, and is located at the southern part of campus, with a view of Latifa bint Hamdan street.