Dubai’s private school sector continues to see robust growth with the addition of five new private schools in the 2023-24 school academic year. According to the latest data released by the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA), the new schools, offering British and Indian curricula, have added 12,000 seats, further enhancing the strong momentum of Dubai’s education landscape.
Dr Abdulla Al Karam, Director General of the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) said: “The increase in the number of private schools further supports the leadership’s vision to create one of the world’s leading private education sectors. The addition of five new schools in the 2023-24 academic year is a testament to the dynamism of the sector and the solid investment environment offered in Dubai.
KHDA is keen to work closely with the education community to meet the needs of Dubai’s growing population
KHDA is keen to work closely with the education community to meet the needs of Dubai’s growing population and expand the capacity of the private school sector. We are also committed to ensuring that the world-class education provided in Dubai enhances its status as one of the world’s best cities to live, work and invest in.”
The new schools are Arcadia Global School, Dewvale School, GEMS Metropole School Al Waha, Highgate International School, and Glendale International School.