|Universities & Colleges||City|
|Abu Dhabi University||Zayed City-Abu Dhabi|
|Curtin University Dubai||Dubai|
|Hult International Business School||Dubai|
|Middlesex University - UAE||Dubai|
|Murdoch University Dubai||Dubai|
|University of Bolton (Ras Al Khaimah Campus) - UAE||Ras Al-Khaimah|
|Western International College (FZE)registered Franchise of University of Bolton UK|
|Heriot Watt University|
|University of Birmingham|
- Students come from all over the world to study at UAE universities, so choosing to study abroad here is a sure way to experience diverse cultures from all around the world.
- The UAE excels in programs focusing on science, technology, business and more. In some cases, international students may be able to focus on working or completing an internship to further their degree and career options as opposed to only taking classes.
- Many of these will be accredited both by the UAE’s Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research (MOHESR), and by an accrediting agency in another country.
- The UAE has a very significant expat community, which makes up for almost 50% of the total population. The majority of expats are drawn here as a result of the tax-free lifestyle on offer and for those on an international wage; the standard of living is very high.
- Students allowed to train or work in private sector in UAE…. The new decree allows students aged between 12 and 18 years to obtain a work for training purposes, while 15 – to 18 year old can apply for permits to work in the private sector.
- Cost of living in Dubai and Abu Dhabi rises but remains attractive for expats. While Dubai is now the 20th most expensive city in the world to live in, according to Mercer’s 2017 Cost of Living Survey, Abu Dhabi comes in just behind at number 23.