Education

Dubai Education

With a vibrant and growing private school system generating annual revenues of Dh6.8bn ($1.9bn) and a cosmopolitan collection of international universities, Dubai’s education sector continues to flourish and to attract investment. Its schools and universities are striving to provide their students with the skills they will need to thrive and contribute in a rapidly evolving workplace. In recent years Dubai’s students have made great strides in international indices; now, while it continues to focus on academic achievement, the sector is putting a new emphasis on extra-curricular activities and career support.

This chapter contains an interview with Abdulla Al Karam, Chairman and Director-General, Knowledge and Human Development Authority.

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Interviews & Viewpoints

Sketch of  Abdulla Al Karam, Chairman and Director-General, Knowledge and Human Development Authority
Abdulla Al Karam, Chairman and Director-General, Knowledge and Human Development Authority: Interview