Study Abroad is a very rising trend. Studying in the UAE is a golden opportunity for many, as all seven of the country’s states host top-class universities with ultra-modern facilities. In previous articles we highlighted why and what should you study in UAE. Now we tell you the tuition costs and eligibility criteria in general.
Studying in the UAE is a bit high for all international students. The living costs are also high. International students can expect to pay between AED 3000 and AED 6000 per month inclusive of transport, utilities, food, accommodation and entertainment, depending on their stay- on or off campus.
Costs of Studying in UAE are high. For example, MSc Electrical Engineering, one of the cheapest Masters courses at UAEU, costs around AED 48,000 (£8,700). In contrast, the same university’s Master of International Trade Law costs a pricey AED 120,000 (£21,800).
Study in UAE Admissions in Undergraduate and Postgraduate Fees Eligibility Criteria United Arab Emirates
IELTS: International English Language Testing System is an internationally recognised English language proficiency tests required for entry to higher education institutions in UAE. An IELTS minimum score of 6.0 or higher.
- For BS Programs: 60% + marks in FSC OR equivalent in A Levels.
- For MS Programs: Minimum CGPA of 2.8 in BS degree.
- A TOEFL minimum score: iBT = 61 / ITP = 500
Cost of Studying:
- Admission & Registration Fees: $500
- BS Tuition fee: $ 5,000-6,000
- MS Tuition fee: $5,000-6,000
All UAE courses are assessed in semester credit hours, with price dependent on the particular program. There are also additional costs payable on application and registration. For more information on this subject, keep visiting us frequently. Register yourself in Study Abroad as soon as possible.