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Why You Should Consider Pursuing Higher Education in the UAE

  Known for its enriching and diverse education system, the UAE offers some of the world’s best academic opportunities to students across the globe. From United Arab Emirates University to Khalifa University, UAE’s colleges are known for their multidisciplinary approach, brilliant faculty, stimulating courses, state-of-the-art campuses, and limitless opportunities for intellectual growth. In this blog, we’ll dive deeper into some of these aspects so you can get a better idea of why you should consider pursuing higher education in the UAE. Quality of Education The UAE is known for its high quality of education across the seven emirates: Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Umm Al-Quwain, Sharjah, Fujairah, Ajman, and Ras Al Khaimah. In fact, research indicates that a whopping 52% of people surveyed in Abu Dhabi stated that the quality of education was better than in their home country. As the UAE’s top universities continue to rank high on the global higher education charts, the state is quickly transforming into an academic powerhouse. Recommended Read: College Hunting In Dubai: The 3 Best Universities You Should Consider Applying To Multiculturalism The UAE is a unique conglomerate of diverse cultures. With increasing cosmopolitanism, the state offers a great opportunity to meet new people, experience unique cultures, and revel in the beauty of other languages and traditions. With Emiratis only forming 20% of the state’s

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Required Documents to Apply for Certificate Equivalency

Obtaining an equivalency certificate is essential to ensure that the UAE Ministry of Education endorses your qualification. This process is also used to verify that your institution is fully accredited by the government. If you require certificate equivalency, you must follow the required procedure and get your documents attested on time. It’s important to note that failing to apply for certificate equivalency will prevent you from continuing higher education or applying for a job. This process is essential for candidates who have completed their studies from outside the UAE. Here’s a look at the documents that are required for the application process: Required Documents for Intermediate Diploma and Bachelor Degrees An attested copy of the qualification A copy of the transcript An original embassy letter verifying the authenticity of the qualification Translation of the certification if it isn’t in English or Arabic An attested copy of the high school certificate Proof of attendance in the country of study (passport and proof of residence) Recommended Read 1: College Hunting In Dubai: The 3 Best Universities You Should Consider Applying To Recommended Read 2: A Student’s Guide To Studying In The UAE Required Documents for Postgraduate (or Higher) Degrees An attested copy of the qualification An original embassy letter verifying the authenticity of the qualification A copy of the transcript Translation of

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Why Is Certificate Attestation Required?

While it may  be exciting to move to a new country, it definitely isn’t one of the easier things to do. Most countries don’t allow immigrants to work or live within their borders without providing the necessary documentation that proves their identity and their qualifications. Whether you’re renting an apartment, looking for employment, or enrolling in a university abroad, you will be required to provide documentation. These documents will need to be attested by the relevant authorities in order to prove their authenticity. The complex, confusing, and time-consuming procedures involved with getting documents attested tend to put people off, but that doesn’t stop people from wanting to move to another country to seek out opportunities. In this piece, we’re going to explore the certificate and document attestation in detail. Let’s dive in. What is Attestation? Attestation entails the signing or stamping of an authorized individual or body/institution that verfies the documebt’s authenticity. While some attestations validate the authenticity of the content within a document, others validate the legitimacy of signatures present on a document. For instance, the Ministry of Education attests university degrees. Their stamp on the degree means the Ministry of Education provides its guarantee that the degree is legitimate. If you wish to work overseas, you will need to submit attested documents to guarantee the legitimacy of all

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Children In the UAE—Why They’re Considered Global Citizens

Imagine having the choice to have waffles, dosa, or foul for breakfast, sitting in a classroom with kids from multiple countries, having a French crepe and chicken tikka for lunch. Imagine what it must be like to just go about your day interacting with people from a variety of socio-cultural backgrounds and learning from their experiences. Well, for kids in the UAE, this is quite normal. Children in the UAE are exposed to a multitude of cultures and are socialized from the very beginning to thrive in environments where multiculturalism, diversity, and togetherness are the norm. They are home to a veritable Global Village, so it’s no surprise that they grow up to become global citizens. UAE: A Melting Pot of Cultural Diversity According to the Dubai Statistics Centre (DSC), a baby is born every 3.5 hours in Dubai. The births of expatriate children nearly triple the births of Emirati children, with 22,755 babies and 7,728 babies, respectively. The total population of expats in the UAE is 8,447,000 million, 88.52 percent of the UAE’s total population of 9,890,000. The highest concentrations of people are from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Philippines, Iran, Egypt, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and China. Opportunities and Access to Facilities for Expatriate Children When children in the UAE are exposed to people from all these different backgrounds, they begin

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