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  2. United Arab Emirates - Wikipedia

    The United Arab Emirates is an elective monarchyformed from a federationof seven emirates, consisting of Abu Dhabi(the capital), Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah, Sharjahand Umm Al Quwain.[14] Each emirate is governed by an Emirand together the emirs form the Federal Supreme Council.

  3. Education in the United Arab Emirates - Wikipedia

    The UAE's first medical school, Gulf Medical University, opened in 1998 in the Emirate of Ajman. It welcomes both genders and all nationalities. Originally known as Gulf Medical College, it expanded in 2008 to include dentistry, pharmacy and other programs in association with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners .

  4. List of schools in the United Arab Emirates - Wikipedia

    ADNOC Schools. Al Dhafra Private School. Al Nahda National Schools. Al Yasmina School. Al Worood Academy. American Community School of Abu Dhabi. International Indian School, Abu Dhabi. British International School, Abu Dhabi. The British School – Al Khubairat.

  5. E-Government in the United Arab Emirates - Wikipedia is the parent portal for the sub-portals on eParticipation, eServices, mServices and UAE Open Data. eServices The UAE Government provides a range of services through its official portal The eServices are classified into services for individuals, businesses and visitors.

  6. Abu Dhabi Department of Education and Knowledge - Wikipedia

    Organized in 2005 by the UAE's president Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the department is responsible primarily for the management and administration of the emirate's public schools. [1] Additionally, it issues licenses, monitors, and inspects the emirate's many different private schools.

  7. American International School, Abu Dhabi - Wikipedia

    The American International School, Abu Dhabi is a private international K-12 school offering an American curriculum. The college-preparatory IB Diploma Program (IBDP) is offered in grades 11 and 12, and the IB Primary Years Program (IBPYP) is offered from KG to Grade 5. The school is coeducational in elementary, and gender-segregated in secondary.

  8. Studyportals - Wikipedia

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from StudyPortals) Studyportals B.V. is an Eindhoven -based company involved in providing an online education choice platform, listing more than 200,000 undergraduate, postgraduate, distance learning, preparation course programmes worldwide, along with other international education resources.