UAE: Abu Dhabi Education

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Reforms carried out over the past several years have been geared toward preparing Emiratis to fill the jobs needed in Abu Dhabi’s increasingly industrialised economy. As part of its strategic development plan, the Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030, the government aims to transform the emirate into a knowledge-based economy by focusing on high-skill...

How can the government ensure that private schooling remains affordable for students while making the sector profitable and investor friendly?

Building a skilled workforce capable of driving a knowledge-based economy is Abu Dhabi’s main goal when it comes to education. In pursuit of this aim, the emirate’s government is making major investments in its schools and universities that are geared towards enhancing the quality and quantity of education for the growing local population. In...

Rising incomes and population growth are driving increased demand for private education in Abu Dhabi. From 2007 to 2011, enrolment in private schools increased 34.5%, and the trend is set to continue. Private schools, from local providers to global corporations, are expanding their footprint in the emirate.

As it invests in human capital, Abu Dhabi is focused on building up the local capacity for scientific research and innovation in key growth sectors. Research and development (R&D) facilities remain in their infancy in Abu Dhabi, but through substantial funding and industry partnerships, the government has demonstrated its commitment to...

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