British Boarding Schools Show is coming to Dubai

A selection of institutions from England will meet UAE parents

British Boarding Schools Show is coming to Dubai

Some of the UK's best schools will meet UAE parents at the British Boarding Schools Show from Friday March 15 to Saturday March 16, offering them an opportunity to speak at length to admissions heads.

Schools at show are chosen with complete impartiality, arriving in the UAE to expand their international reach and attract students from diverse and interesting backgrounds.

"Parents interested in education for their children should consider the benefits offered by a leading British boarding school. This year’s show brings together 33 of the best schools in the UK in one place allowing both parents and pupils the opportunity to speak to head teachers, senior admissions staff and experts about their school and curriculum choice,” said David Wesley, founder of The British Schools Show Dubai.

Celebrating the seventh annual occasion of the educational event, this year there will be 33 of the most prestigious and well-regarded British schools in attendance.

“The British Boarding Schools Show provides a place for parents and children to learn more from the teaching staff who will shape the lessons and school environment. An excellent education sets children up for their best possible future and the purpose of the show is to provide attendees with the necessary knowledge to make an informed decision. It is one of the most important decisions any parent can make," he added.

Schools will offer educational advice and information to parents and prospective pupils through a tailored schedule of seminars.

Plus, mums and dads can attend discussions on the advantages of the British Boarding School system compared to the offering in Dubai, whether to choose IB or A Level and how to break into the US college/university system.
Free. Mar 15-16, 9am-5pm. Sheraton Mall of the Emirates Hotel, Al Barsha,

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