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Here’s Why You Should Pursue Higher Education in the UAE

Here’s Why You Should Pursue Higher Education in the UAE

The UAE is no longer just known for its hot and humid weather and sand dunes. The country has grown into one of the most popular residential and commercial areas in the last couple of years, making it an extremely desirable place to pursue higher education. Here’s how studying in the UAE is recommended. To Experience Diverse Cultures The UAE is made of seven emirates: Abu Dhabi (capital), Dubai, Umm Al Quwain, Sharjah, Ras Al Khaimah, Fujairah, and Ajman. While there are quite a few traditions and societal norms that are common between the seven emirates, each of them has its own unique culture. Not only that but the UAE is also a hub for expats, immigrants, and international students and workers, making it a country where different cultures collide and coexist. The multicultural aspect of UAE gives it an edge over several other countries in terms of diversity and inclusivity. When studying in the UAE, you’ll interact with people from all sorts of nationalities, religions, and cultural backgrounds. While Arabic and English are the most commonly spoken languages in the Emirates, you’ll also come across individuals speaking fluent Hindi, Urdu, Somali, Bengali, Malay, and Tamil, to name a few. Studying in a UAE university is bound to open your eyes to other cultures and develop respect and understanding for

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5 Useful Tips for Living Abroad Without Your Family

5 Useful Tips for Living Abroad Without Your Family

Despite the excitement of the immigrating to a burgeoning city, nothing prepares you for the emptiness that follows when you finally settle down and find that you’re in a new place that’s pretty much unfamiliar. You have no family or friends to rely on. Consider it an extreme version of relocation depression. But, even with this sadness threatening to overwhelm you, you have to remember that you’re doing so to create a better future for yourself and your loved ones. So, let’s take a constructive approach. As a leading company in Dubai that employs many expats from all over, here are some tips from Benchmark Attestations on how our employees handled living abroad without their family! 1.     Establish Your Priorities Initially, you will be tempted to leave everything and head back to your home country. But that’s a rash move. Think back to why you went through all the trouble of immigrating in the first place. It took research and planning, dozens of document attestations and document legalization, and a lot of money to get you to where you are, all for a more positive future. Rather than delving into these negative feelings, focus on your long-term goals. 2.     Make Contact Join various boards and forums and participate in discussions on the best places to go to in the city.

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Welcoming Your Family to Dubai: 5 Places to Visit with Your Loved Ones

Welcoming Your Family to Dubai: 5 Places to Visit with Your Loved Ones

  With a little help from Benchmark Attestations, your family’s paperwork has finally gone through, and you’re ready to welcome them to the big city! Dubai is one of the hottest tourist destinations in the world, and you can’t wait to show them the sights. But, while the adults will have plenty to keep them busy, you want to do something that’ll have the whole family excited. No worries, we offer a list of the top five family-friendly places in Dubai that everyone will love! 1.     LegoLand Dubai A fun place for adults and children alike, LegoLand ®Dubai is full of Lego-themed building experiences, rides, shows, games, and even restaurants. A far better entertainment option than, let’s say, going to the beach, LegoLand Dubai is a place you’ll want to add as a must-visit destination each month. Note: We also recommend the LEGOLAND® Water Park during the summer months. Plan a group event and take your friends and family with you! 2.     Ski Dubai Ski in the middle of the desert at Ski Dubai, in the Mall of Emirates! Probably one of the most popular family attractions in the city, travelers from all over head to Ski Dubai to toboggan, ski, snowboard, and play with the Snow Penguins. But a word of advice: before you go to Ski Dubai, dress

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Moving to Dubai: Here’s What You Need to Know Before You Relocate

Moving to Dubai: Here’s What You Need to Know Before You Relocate

  You’re planning to move to Dubai in a short time, and your plans have almost come to fruition. But wait! Before you board that plane to begin your new life in UAE, you might want to do some more research. The UAE may be one of the most welcoming countries in the world for people migrating. But their warm welcome and friendly atmosphere isn’t the only thing you should be aware of. Here are some things we think you should know and expect when moving to Dubai! There’s More to the UAE than Just a Cool Desert We all know how engaging and exciting the social scene is in Dubai. So, expect to have busy weekends when you’re not working. Dubai is full of high-end bars, clubs, and luxury hotels, many of which serve wine, liquor, and beer from around the world. Once you settle down and start making friends, you’ll get a lot of opportunities to see Dubai in all its glory. The city is perfect if you work from home or are a Homebody Despite its party-loving nature, the city is also perfect for those who’d rather stay at home. Many services such as cafes and restaurants, laundry services, and even pet groomers offer at-home services and delivery. Supermarkets also offer delivery services for all groceries and products you’ll

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Why More People Are Seeking Job Opportunities in Dubai

Why More People Are Seeking Job Opportunities in Dubai

    As the largest city in the UAE, Dubai is a well-known tourist destination. However, the dozens of skyscrapers sprawled across the city and the luxurious lifestyle it offers don’t just appeal to tourists. It’s also tempting for individuals seeking jobs or career opportunities. Here’s why so many people relocate to Dubai for career growth.