To study in Dubai, a student visa is required. If you don’t have any relatives in the UAE, your university will be your sponsor. If you’re planning to study in the UAE, here’s all you need to know about obtaining a student visa.Read More
Not all universities in Dubai provide accommodation to students. Several of them such as Heriot-Watt, Middlesex and University of Wollongong offer student housing, both on campus (such as the dormitories at Heriot-Watt) and off campus in various locations.Read More
Dubai has an efficient and cost-effective public transport system that connects the 4,110 square kilometres of the city. More than 700 scheduled bus services operate across 79 routes serving the main residential and commercial districts of Dubai. Buses run regularly during the day from 6am and night buses operate every 30 minutes from 11.30pm until the morning service resumes.
Studying in Dubai is a truly unique experience. The cosmopolitan lifestyle of a modern international business hub blends effortlessly with the rich heritage and proud Islamic culture of the Arab world, to create a multi-cultural society that is now home to residents from almost 200 countries across the globe.Read More