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  2. Education in the United Arab Emirates - Wikipedia

    In early 2008, the UAE's Ministry of Education launched a Mentoring Programme which assigns Western principals to 50 of 735 public schools across the UAE in an effort to modernize instructional strategies and implement Western methods of learning.

  3. Education in Dubai - Wikipedia

    Private education in Dubai is regulated by the Knowledge and Human Development Authority.The UAE Ministry of Education is responsible for public schools in Dubai. Currently, more than 90% of school education in Dubai takes place in the private sector, served by 194 private schools offering 17 different curricula to more than 280,000 students from 182 nationa

  4. Emirates of the United Arab Emirates - Wikipedia

    Emirates of the United Arab Emirates إمارات دولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة Category: Federated state: Location: United Arab Emirates: Number: 7 Emirates: Populations: 72,000 (Umm Al Quwain) – 4,177,059 : Areas: 260 km 2 (100 sq mi) – 67,000 km 2 (26,000 sq mi) Government

  5. Politics of the United Arab Emirates - Wikipedia

    Politics of the United Arab Emirates take place in a framework of a federal presidential elective constitutional monarchy (a federation of absolute monarchies). The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a federation of seven constituent monarchies: the Emirates of Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras al-Khaimah, Sharjah, and Umm al-Quwain.

  6. Federal National Council - Wikipedia

    The National Election Committee (NEC) was established in February 2011 by the UAE Federal Supreme Council, and is chaired by the Minister of State for Federal National Council Affairs. Elections are conducted by the NEC which nominates members of the electoral college.

  7. Human rights in the United Arab Emirates - Wikipedia

    Primary school completion rates have grown by 15% for girls and the UAE, as well as Qatar, have the highest female-to-male ratio of university enrolments worldwide. 77% of Emirati women enrol in higher education after secondary school and make up 70% of all university graduates in the UAE.

  8. President of the United Arab Emirates - Wikipedia

    The president of the United Arab Emirates, or the Raʾīs (Arabic: رَئِـيْـس ‎), is the head of state of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). [1] [2] The president and vice-president are elected every five years by the Federal Supreme Council .

  9. Higher Colleges of Technology - Wikipedia

    History. In 1985, H.E. Sheikh Nahayan Mabarak Al Nahayan, Chancellor of the United Arab Emirates University, made a commitment to establish a new system of post-secondary education for UAE Nationals that would stress the ideals of productivity, self-determination, and excellence.