Ten new schools offering British, Indian, IB, French, Canadian and American curriculums are set to open across Dubai from September, it was announced on Saturday.
As well as varying curriculums, the schools will have different price points. Among the 10 new schools, the Newlands School in Al Warqa, which will follow the UK curriculum, will charge fees of between Dh19,200-Dh26,400 per year.
At the most expensive school on the list, the North London Collegiate School Dubai in Meydan City, which will follow the International Baccalaureate, fees will range from Dh83,000 to Dh130,000.
The emirate’s education regulator, the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA), believes that the schools will help parents have more choices.