Workshop on Stock Trading

25 April 2019 and 27 April 2019
10:00 to 16:00
Block-1, Stirling RAK Campus

Overview and Intended participants

University of Stirling RAK is pleased to announce a one day workshop on Stock Trading, a highly interactive session designed to provide delegates with basics of stock trading and deepen their financial knowledge through practical exposure to trading room simulations. This is an ideal course for graduate students exploring careers in finance and budding finance professionals interested in stock trading and investments.

This workshop is highly recommended for graduate students aspiring to pursue their masters degree in courses such as finance and investment analysis.


  • experience how stock market functions
  • learn various ways individual investors can invest in stocks
  • identify which websites and tools are the best to use for research


This course demonstrates core knowledge and fundamentals aspects of stock trading. It utilizes blended methodology in delivering the course contents including trading simulation, discussions and case studies.


  • Basics of investing in stocks
  • The Regulators & Financial Intermediaries
  • The IPO Markets
  • The Stock Markets
  • The Stock Markets Index
  • Commonly used jargons
  • Major Corporate Actions
  • Virtual Trading Workshop

Resource person

Mr. Sarfaraz Limbuwala is a B.Tech. graduate with MBA (Finance) from Southern University of New Hampshire Manchester, USA. He has more than 12 years of experience in the field of finance and banking spread across USA and Dubai. Mr. Limbuwala has several years of experience in forex trading and equity valuation including GCC Stock Market.

Choose any one of the tracks while registering


  • Track-1 Thursday 25 April 2019
  • Track-2 Saturday 27 April 2019
  • Time 10:00 - 16:00

Registration fee

  • Students Free
  • Working professionals AED-100

Last date for registration is 23rd April 2019

Contact us

For more information contact Ms Nishi Joy at or call +971 55 8523749

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