A Concise Feature – Study in Dubai

Posted on April 30, 2013 by Akshay Study Abroad in Study Abroad


Process involved

Each institution has its own objective, structure, and admission requirements. There are a few governmental universities and colleges in UAE where admission is restricted to nationals only. However, there are several private institutions where enrollment is open to any student who meets the admission requirements. A student may enroll in any program of his/her choice. Programs may vary from academic, technical, and professional degree programs in various disciplines, preparing students for careers in research and professional practice in every field. Postgraduate and undergraduate programs in Management, Engineering, Computing, Hospitality management, Tourism are very famous. Study options in Oil and Gas Engineering are also very popular as Middle East Asia is the world’s largest oil base.

Costs involved

International Students can work part time for 20 hours a week in free zone areas, however, they are required to get the permission from universities. Fee defer considerably with universities.  8 lakhs per annum to 30 lakhs per annum are the fee estimates for the universities in Dubai. A lot of British, American, Australian and even Indian Institutes have their campuses in Dubai making it a popular choice for students looking for affordable study abroad option.

Prospects after Education in Dubai

Over the past two decades, Dubai has become a land of opportunities. The country is going through a phase of such immense growth, expansion and development, that it needs people from different backgrounds and countries with the right experience and education, and that too in large numbers. Thousands of international companies run their regional and even global operations from Dubai, taking advantage of the investment friendly policies of the government, the excellent infrastructure, and the strategic location of the city, which allows easy access to markets across the Middle East, Africa, Indian Sub-continent and CIS countries. Thus, employment opportunities galore in Dubai. Post graduate students who secure full time work can change from a student visa to an employer sponsored visa.

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