Eight new schools in Dubai are set to accept students for the 2014-15 academic year. Five schools will offer the British curriculum, two the Indian curriculum and one the Canadian curriculum.
The eight schools will have capacity for 20,700 student places and registrations are open.
Fee structures vary depending on the curriculum, with the Indian curriculum schools offering the lowest tuition costs.
[View the full list of Dubai private schools: we detail fees structures, curriculum, location and more.]
Table: Summary of new schools
|School||Curriculum||Grade||Fees||Registration for 2014/2015||Location|
|Ontario International Canadian School||Canadian||KG1 – 6||37,200 – 60,075||Currently open||Mirdiff|
|GEMS Metropole School||British||FS1 – 8||26,400 – 35,200||Currently open||Motor City|
|GEMS First Point School||British||FS1 – 8||30,400 – 44,000||Currently open||The Villa|
|Kings Dubai Al Barsha||British||FS1 – 9||50,200 – 82,600||Currently open||Al Barsha|
|Kings Dubai Nad Al Sheba||British||FS1 – 6||50,200 – 63,700||Currently open||Nad Al Sheba|
|Nord Anglia International School||British||FS1 – 8||52,000 – 75,000||Currently open||Al Barsha|
|Bilva Indian School||Indian||KG1 – 6||12,000 – 19,000||Currently open||Al Ghusais|
|Credence High School||Indian||KG1 – 12||15,000 – 26,000||Currently open||Al Qouz|