United Arab Emirates

The United Arab Emirates (UAE)  is young, dynamic, and exciting – known for its incredible diversity, warm hospitality, political stability, economic vitality, safety, and religious tolerance. UAE, Dubai in specific, is called the “City of Gold”

The United Arab Emirates is made up of seven different emirates or states Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah, and Umm Al Quwain. Each of these seven emirates is governed by separate rulers and follow their own set of cultural guidelines. Although Arabic is the primary spoken language in the UAE, English is also widely spoken. For Indians, the UAE is a home away from home because a large population of Indian and other South Asian cultures lives in harmony. 

The UAE excels in programs focusing on business, engineering, science, and hospitality. While some universities in other countries may allow students to work as interns or on a part-time basis while pursuing their studies, most universities in the UAE do not allow international students to work.

Climate

The climate of the UAE generally is very hot and sunny during the day, but at night it becomes very cold. The hottest months are July and August when average maximum temperatures reach above 50 °C (122.0 °F) on the coastal plain.

UAE, Dubai in specific, is called the “City of Gold”.

Top universities in the UAE

Top Courses in UAE

Benefits for international students

Cost of Education

The UK has a temperate climate. In general, this means that Britain gets cool, wet winters and warm, wet summers. London, in the south-east of the UK, is a region characterized by a warm and dry climate in the summer and a cold and dry climate in the winter.
The nickname of the UK is Blighty. It’s an affectionate nickname for Britain (or more specifically England) taken from the height of the Victorian rule of India, that was first used in the Boer War in Africa, and popularized on the fields of Western Europe in the First World War.