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Dubai: Schools of top ranking
Dubai school rankings
UAE students outshine Indian peers
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Dubai: Schools of top ranking

The education system in the UAE has been under the microscope for some time now. Since October 2010 and April 2011, the DSIB ( Dubai Schools Inspection Bureau) has inspected 136 private and public schools to fulfill their survey ranking.

Six private schools were ranked as outstanding according to the analytical survey

1. Dubai college
2. Jumeirah College
3. Jumeirah English Speaking School
4. Jumeirah Primary School
5. GEMS Wellington International School
6. Kings Dubai School

Public schools also participated to be studied for results of the survey, and six of them received an outstanding ranking:

Al Bara’ah Kindergarten, Al Manhal Kindergarten, Al Nokhbah Model School, Al Qeyam Model School, Childhood Development Centre, Kindergarten; Umm Seqeim Primary School.

Of all the private schools surveyed, the DSIB rated six schools as outstanding; 49 schools as good; 65 schools as acceptable and 16 schools as unsatisfactory.

A healthier approach towards the schooling system in Dubai is certainly on its way. A noticeable trend is taking place, providing better education for the children in Dubai. Looking back at 2008, comparing the results then and now, a tremendous leap has been taken.