UAE: Abu Dhabi Education

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Abu Dhabi’s higher education sector is expected to play a pivotal role in the emirate’s plans to reduce dependency on external sources for innovation and knowledge acquisition. 


What impact have inspections of private schools had on the quality of academic services?

Quality assurance is paramount to Abu Dhabi’s education strategy, as evidenced by recent initiatives unveiled by the National Qualifications Authority (NQA), the federal body that has been active in implementing the Qualifications Framework for the Emirates (QFE mirates) handbook, which lays out education qualifications at all levels in the UAE. Plans to roll out new...

As the emirate’s growing population leads to an expansion of private kindergarten-to-grade-12 (K-12) schools, education authorities have focused on maintaining a careful balance between supporting new growth and preserving a high calibre of education. Although private K-12 school inspections have been undertaken since 2008, the government’s Irtiqa’a (“Raising the Bar”)...

How do you assess efforts to raise post-secondary graduation rates among Emiratis? What is being done to increase female participation?

Although the emirate’s post-secondary education sector has already witnessed unprecedented growth in the past decade, universities in Abu Dhabi are still looking to increase student numbers, particularly in the postgraduate segment. The government’s focus on research and innovation has fostered strong expansion of postgraduate programmes and enrolment in recent years,...

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