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8 Places with lowest school fees in Dubai

As the price of house rents fall across the emirate, there has been a small drop in school fees as well, according to Middle East education guide, Edarabia.

The quarterly price evaluation study by the education experts states there has been a "10 to 15 per cent" decrease in school fees in key residential areas across Dubai (when looking at the accumulated average of annual schools fees for the total number of schools located in specific areas).


Edarabia, in collaboration with UAE property portal, has released its latest findings on 'Dubai school fees vs. rent' for the first quarter of 2018.

Statistics from show rents falling across key residential areas where school fees are the most expensive. However, several schools Khaleej Times spoke to denied that fees have been reduced. The survey states that Nad Al Sheba, Jumeirah Village Circle (JVC), and Al Sufouh are the top three areas where school fees are most expensive, with average annual fees of up to Dh65,152 for all year groups. On the other hand, schools located in Deira, Al Qusais /Muhaisnah, and Karama; offer the lowest school fees in Dubai, averaging Dh12,761 per year, according to the research.

Upon contacting a school in Deira, one school official who chose to remain anonymous, said: "We cannot confirm that there has been a school fee reduction. We do offer discounts and scholarships for the students, but we have not officially slashed prices." Most major school groups refused to comment on the matter.

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Source: khaleejtimes

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