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Education

Follow excellence, Mohammed urges new graduates
At the graduation ceremony held in Dubai Academic City yesterday, Shaikh Mohammed and HCT’s chancellor Mohammed Omran Al Shamsi presented certificates to the 20 summa cum laude graduates.
‘Improve chances of getting hired by using social media’
Students in the UAE are being asked to plan their careers well in advance and make use of the social media to improve their chances of getting placed after graduation.
ICS hosts graduation ceremony
In a proud moment for the International Community School (ICS) in Abu Dhabi, a group of 77 students received their diplomas at a ceremony hosted in the Armed Forces Officers Club here recently.
Private schools in Dubai unhappy with ‘limited’ fee hike
Say increase is not proportionate to rising cost, and that quality will suffer.
KHDA gives nod to 86 Dubai schools to increase fees
Fee increase has been limited between 1.74 per cent and 3.48 per cent, in line with this year’s Education Cost Index (ECI).
Tapping into the creativity of students
DPS Dubai hosted Citizens’ Forum — A Sign of Our Times — an inter school event showcasing multidisciplinary skills, on May 31 at the school premises. The competition is in its second year due to popular demand.
Adult learners to get first digital version of e-books
The UAE Ministry of Education announced on Thursday plans to digitise textbooks and provide learners with new education tools.
164 students get Dar Al Ber Quran and Sunnah Award
Only 164 of them were up to the standard and secured top positions in the Dh250,000 award.
Queen Rania and Bodour discuss quality education
The Sharjah delegation will visit the Emirati-Jordanian Camp for Syrian Refugees and open a 3,000-book library in the camp.
Expansion of schools linked to KHDA rating
The Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) in Dubai is enforcing stronger regulations to improve the quality of education in the emirate.
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