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Building 1 (Zarkuh), Petroleum Institute(SAN Campus)Khalifa University (جامعة خليفة)

Address: Umm Al Nar, Near Al Maqta Bridge, Abu Dhabi, UAE

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SAN Campus, Khalifa University (Umm Al Nar, Near Al Maqta Bridge, Abu Dhabi)

The Petroleum Institute University and Research Center (PI), as it was initially known, was established in 2001 to support the oil and gas industry of Abu Dhabi and the wider UAE. To achieve that goal it developed and offered undergraduate and graduate engineering and research programs in areas of significance to the oil, gas and broader energy industries.

The Petroleum Institute campus is also now rebranded as the Sas Al Nakhl Campus of Khalifa University.


24°25'12.7"N 54°30'07.0"E

24.420197, 54.501933


Transportation 

From Abu Dhabi International Airport to the Petroleum Institute, Khalifa University

To get to Khalifa University’s SAN Campus the trip duration will usually take around 17 minutes from Abu Dhabi International Airport. Note if you are coming from Dubai the travel duration will be around 1 hour and 30 minutes by car.

By Taxi

To get to SAN Campus there are couple of roads to take. Specifically through the two bridges of Al Maqta and Mussafah leading into Abu Dhabi, Capital of the United Arab Emirates.

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Dress Code

Visitors, irrespective of religion or nationality should dress in a modest and appropriate manner on campus. It is required that every visitor respects the norms of UAE society and he/she should not dress in a way that may offend cultural sensitivities and/or may not be within acceptable general taste.

The following points must be observed regarding visitors dress at the University campus. It is noted, however, that special protective clothing for laboratories shall be worn as necessary.

Male Visitors Dress Code

Male visitors must wear a shirt and long trousers/jeans. Shorts and sleeveless shirts must be avoided.

Clothes displaying offensive/objectionable writings/drawings/pictures must be avoided.

Visible tattoos and piercings must be avoided.

Female Visitors Dress Code

Female visitors must dress conservatively wearing long-sleeved shirts/blouses with long and loose fitting skirts/slacks, or a long-sleeve loose fitting long dress.

Shorts, short skirts and sleeveless/low-cut neckline shirts must be avoided.

Clothing that is tight, transparent, or short and shows too much skin or exposes the waist, back, or legs must be avoided.

Clothes displaying offensive/objectionable writings/drawings/pictures must be avoided.

Visible tattoos and piercings must be avoided. This does not include generally acceptable items such as earrings and henna.