Study in Dubai
Dubai is the largest and most populous city in the United Arab Emirates. Dubai has a lot to offer in
terms of culture and opportunities. The city is home to 2,780,000 people of 200 different ethnicities.
The geographic location of Dubai makes it an ideal place in which to conduct business. A tax-free
lifestyle, modern technology, and ultra-modern architecture distinguish this area. Many
international visitors visit Dubai to experience the luxury lifestyle. Underpinning all the luxury is
the rich Arabic culture.
Why study in Dubai
Due to its cosmopolitan culture, friendly residents, and reasonably affordable tuition, Dubai has
become one of the top choices among Indian students in the last few years.
Furthermore, Dubai is an established global business hub and offers many opportunities for students
to gain practical training.
With its some of the world's best universities and colleges, Dubai is home to a quality education
You can also choose from a wide variety of professional programs and courses that will prepare you
for any kind of development in your field of interest.
The proximity to India is another reason why Indian students choose Dubai.
Cost of studying and living in Dubai
In general, Dubai's tuition fees compared to other countries are relatively affordable.
Graduate and postgraduate degrees can cost between 40,000 and 50,000 AED a year, respectively.
You will also have to incur living expenses if you live a different lifestyle and if you reside in a
The average price of accommodations in Dubai is between 2,000 and 6,000 dirhams, and the
average cost of food, electricity, travel, and entertainment is 1000 dirhams.
Student visa requirement for Dubai
The university you choose in Dubai will handle your visa application.
For complete details, we recommend contacting the institute's administration.
If you are planning on traveling 60 days in advance, you can apply for this visa. You will need to
• Notarized copies of academic records
• Proof of funds
• Proof of payment of fees
• IELTS scores
On average, the visa takes about 20-25 working days to process and can cost about 3000 AED.
Work Permit After Study
The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MoHRE) issues work permits. To secure a
work permit, the candidate is required to apply with the MoHRE.
An applicant with a work permit can work in the UAE for two months.
After these two months, the sponsoring company arranges medical checkups, UAE Resident
Identity (Emirates ID) Cards, Labour Cards, and stamping of the work residency permit on the
candidate's passport. A work residency permit indicates that an employee is sponsored by their