President and Chancellor
Amity Education Group Chancellor – Amity University
Chancellor of Amity Universities worldwide and President of the not-for-profit Amity Education Group, Dr. Atul Chauhan started his career within the education sector in India and later moved on to opening Amity Education campuses in Dubai, London, Singapore, New York, China, Netherlands, South Africa and Romania – with further plans to grow in over 25 countries over the next few years.
As a resident of the UAE, Dr. Atul Chauhan has been instrumental in the construction, running and day-to-day management of Amity University Dubai’s 700,000 square foot campus in Dubai International Academic City (DIAC). As President of the Amity Education Group, he also oversees all activities at Amity International School Abu Dhabi, Amity School Dubai, Amity Private School Sharjah, Amity Early Learning Centre and the Littlewoods Early Learning Centre in Dubai
Amity is home to over 150,000 students worldwide, with a strong focus on developing ground-breaking innovation in science and technology. Amity University Dubai is the largest multi-disciplinary university in the United Arab Emirates and is committed to delivering world-class education and research. From innovative programmes such as Nanotechnology, Aerospace Engineering and Forensic Science to traditional courses like Law, Fashion Design, Journalism, Mass Communication, Mechanical Engineering and Applied Psychology, Amity University Dubai have a variety of courses to choose from and offer students a number of opportunities to develop their talent and professional interests.
Dr. Atul Chauhan is a member of the University Grants Commission Expert Committee created to coordinate and maintain of standards of teaching, examination and research in Universities. He is also a member of UK’s longest running organisation for professional leaders, the Institute of Directors.
Born and raised in Germany, Dr. Atul Chauhan completed his higher education in Engineering and Finance from University College London and London School of Economics.