Advisory issued for Indian students in UAE

The warning was addressed to students intending to pursue graduation in UAE


The Indian Consulate in Dubai recently issued an advisory to students who intend to pursue graduate studies or courses in offshore campuses of Indian universities in the UAE.

In a tweet, the consulate reminded potential students that they must ensure that the offshore campus must be duly recognised by the University Grants Commission of India.

Earlier, a rating system was made available to students wishing to opt for graduate studies in Dubai. In a tweet, Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Executive Council, announced that the council had approved a rating system for international branch campuses

The system, which was prepared by Dubai's education authority KHDA, will allow students to choose from top international universities in the emirate and help them make informed choices.

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