The 'Earn While You Learn' initiative was previously proposed in 2016 and it adds to the benefits and attractions of studying in Dubai. This initiative is gaining increasing popularity as it allows students to work part-time or participate in industry-specific internships while studying.
Dr Abdulla Al Karam, director-general of the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) deduced that students of approximately 150 nationalities are enrolled in Dubai's higher education institutions. Studying in these institutions helps students obtain a true worldwide education by thriving in a globalised economy.
With world-class education facilities and programmes forinternational students, the easy visa laws make studying in Dubai an attractive opportunity.
Dubai is also offering everything from one-year renewable student visas to extended studies, postgraduate visas, and residency permits.
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While studying in Dubai, meritorious students can take advantage of student discounts, scholarships, financial help, and other incentives and awards. Students can pursue three or four-year undergraduate degrees, postgraduate Master's, PhD programmes, and diplomas.
Dubai, the knowledge hub for international students to study and work concurrently, is home to accelerators, research centres, and Fortune 500 firms, making it an astounding location for ambitious youngsters looking to advance their careers.
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Students can also make important contacts in their field, which will help them find work after graduation. Prior job experience improves students' career prospects and allows them to 'hit the ground running,' which is a trait that many companies value.
Al Karam concluded by stating that studying abroad is a significant financial burden for most students and that this initiative will assist them in managing this expense by allowing them to earn a wage.
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Source: The Times of India (TOI)