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Visual impairment is not an obstacle for Emtithal Awad Khadr
Despite suffering visual impairment, Emtithal Awad Khadr turns her obstacles into opportunities and tops her batch in legal studies.
Higher Education ministry announces opening date for registration
The registration for applications for enrolment for the academic year 2015-2016 will be on October 26th for UAE national students and the children of UAE national mothers.
Education is vital right of every child
Education serves as a vital right of children and the life-altering impact it can have on the mind of a refugee child.
Accommodating students and their smart gadgets
Most students would give up coffee and TV before smart phones, reveals survey
German students reach Dubai to understand Dubai’s strategy
In a welcome note, Dr Issa Bastaki, President of UD, described the dynamism and innovativeness of the UAE’s rulers, which have led Dubai and the UAE to unprecedented levels of progress.
Smart safety system for school buses specified
This initiative aims to guarantee children safety aboard school buses by monitoring bus location, route and stops, in addition to live audio-video monitoring.
High education costs challenge UAE parents
Long-term planning needed to meet expenses, says latest report by HSBC
School debate sees UAE students come alive
Young speakers from eight schools who qualified for the final round, argued and presented their facts for and against the topic.
Legal studies gaining popularity in Dubai
Legal studies is fast picking up as a popular career choice for Emiratis. A Master of Laws (LLM) programme by the University of Dubai (UD) has seen a steady stream of enrollments since its inception.
$90 billion to be spent on education in GCC
UAE to spend $2.6b on schools, which is 21% of its 2014 budget
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