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The Knowledge & Human Development Authority (KHDA) is a regulatory authority of the Government of Dubai. It is responsible for the growth, direction and quality of private education and learning in Dubai (from early childhood to adult learning). KHDA coordinates with students, parents, teachers, the private sector and Government organizations to support Dubai’s education community. Here we update only News, Ratings, Reports and Career articles from News Websites. All the articles which we placed on this page are just copy form its source. We are not responsible for any misguide by articles.

Number of students in Dubai increasing, says KHDA report

Figures show that education sector is still growing overall despite school capacity falling. The number of pupils enrolled in private schools in Dubai rose from 273,599 in 2016/17 to 281,432 in 2017/18 according to the latest figures from Dubai’s Knowledge...

Five-year visas will attract international students to UAE: KHDA

Students who perform exceptionally well may get 10-year visas.   The UAE will experience a "significant growth" in international students choosing the country for their higher education, thanks to the new five- and ten-year residency visa extension that was announced on...

Education quality in Dubai has reached new heights in last 10 years: KHDA

The number of Emirati students attending good or better schools has also grown significantly. The quality of education in Dubai has doubled this past decade, a new report by the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) has revealed. The 'Dubai Private...

Key Findings report 2008-2018

This report offers a reflection on a decade of what is working well and the challenges that remain in our private schools in Dubai. We present an overview of the strengths, weaknesses, and success stories of our schools. A...

Ramadan school timings announced in Dubai

The KHDA has asked schools to halt all physical education classes during the Ramadan period. The Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) has announced the school timings during the holy month of Ramadan. Students will attend up to five hours of...

Knight Frank’s Hub Report, the second in the series, tracks the evolution of Dubai...

The report focuses on benchmarking Dubai against the seven other key global cities of New York, London, Paris, Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Sydney across the six key sectors of manufacturing & logistics, business & financial services, tourism, education...

KHDA chairman visits Sunmarke School on International Happiness Day

Students introduce Dr Abdulla to the Happiness Hub and 'Life is beautiful' wall artwork, along with other initiatives. Dr. Abdulla Al Karam, chairman of the board of directors and director general of the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) visited...

Parents in the dark about Dubai school reopening dates after summer break

There is still no word on when classes will resume, making holiday planning problematic. Dubai: As the annual school summer break nears, most families in the UAE are still in the dark about when schools will reopen. For private schools in...

Revealed: Dubai’s plans for an Education Revolution

Under Rahhal project, students can study part-time and attend numerous schools at the same time. Dubai is looking to pilot a new project to revolutionise the education sector as part of the city's 10X Initiative. (adsbygoogle =...

Teacher licensing may prove a challenge for schools

Schools fear they may have to replace a sizeable number of teachers after assessments. Abu Dhabi: The implementation of a teacher licensing system is expected to improve education standards across the country, yet many educators are apprehensive about what it...

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