The United Arab Emirates is renowned as a modern and progressive country that is not only renowned as the world's top oil producer but also a sophisticated infrastructure and has many outstanding tourist attractions.
Why choose to study in Uni Arab Emirates:
1. Superior educational facilities
From major universities to private colleges in the United Arab Emirates, all offer quality learning programs and facilities and have been accredited by the United Arab Emirates education department and renowned accreditation bodies from other countries. That way, graduate degrees are also recognized globally and many renowned universities from other countries have branch campuses in the country.
2. Rich in cultural variety
People living in the United Arab Emirates come from different countries with different languages, traditions, and cultures. This cultural diversity is another advantage that makes the United Arab Emirates able to attract the attention of not only tourists, but also students from other countries.
3. Exploration of the beauty of 7 emirates
The United Arab Emirates consists of Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Ajman, Fujairah, Ras al-Khaimah, Sharjah and um al-Qaiwain, each of which has very interesting cultural and historical assets to explore.
4. World record winner
Almost every year, the United Arab Emirates receives an award from the world record body for every innovation and advancement made. Burj Khalifa hotel located in Dubai is one that managed to achieve the world record as the tallest building in the world and the first 7-star hotel in the world. In addition, in Abu Dhabi there is a Ferrari Theme Park which has the fastest rollercoaster in the world.
5. Strategic location to explore other countries
International students studying in the United Arab Emirates can easily visit their home country or country through international airports in Abu Dhabi, Dubai or Sharjah. Many interesting countries to visit are located around the United Arab Emirates such as India, Kenya, Bahrain, Nepal, Turkey, Morocco, Egypt and many other countries that can be reached by short-haul flights.