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    United Arab Emirates
    Ministry of Education
    Abu Dubai Educational Office zone
    Abdilkadir Aljazairy secondly school
    year 2007/ 2008


    Subject\ English
    Report on “Education in UAE"







    by :
    Grade\11 Sc.3
    The article teacher
















    *Introduction


    This report by Mohammad Alamin a student in Abdulkadir school . It talk about Education in UAE .
    Before the discovery of oil, there was a very little development in the Arab peninsula. There were only religious schools where the children were taught by the Mutawaa. Their schools were made of palm trees and certainly no proper educational system. In 1962, when oil production started in Abu Dhabi, the country had only 20 schools for less than 4,000 students, most of them were boys. The country lacked the necessary transportation for development (hospitals, proper, housing, airports, etc...) as well as qualified human resources.
    The discovery of oil provided the necessary finances to improve the education system.
    This was a high priority for His Highness Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the UAE president, who declared: “youth is the real wealthy of nation.” His aim was to use the oil revenue to develop academically and technically qualified citizens –men and women- able to serve their country in its future progress.
    When the UAE was established in 1971, education was still largely limited to inner-city areas, and there were less than 28,000 students in the country. Any student wishing to go beyond secondary education was financed by the government and had to go abroad, sometimes to other Arab countries, but mainly to England and the United States.


























    *Process:


    Education in General
    The UAE educational system was established at the beginning of the 1970s, and contains four stages, spanning 14 years of education: 4-5 year olds go to kindergarten, 6-11 year olds go to primary schools, the opening stage provides for children aged between 12-14 years, and 15-17 year olds go to secondary schools. The UAE provides a broad education system for boys and girls, with free education for nationals in governmental schools, colleges and universities. The private education part is always being improved and supplies for nearly 40% of the student population. Some of these schools offer foreign language education for different refugee communities and follow the program of the concerned countries. For example, children can go to English, French, German and Urdu schools.
    Educational Strategy
    The Ministry of Education and Youth has established a plan, to be applied over the next 20 years, to further develop the education system of the UAE. Their major concern is to make sure the development of methods and programs that stick to the latest international standards, with particular focus on introducing the latest IT resources at all levels. For example, one of the goals is to provide one computer for every 10 children in kindergarten, every 5 students in primary schools, every 2 students in preparatory schools and one computer per student in universities.

    The emiratisation of teaching staff is scheduled to reach 90% by 2020, in order to ensure that the Islamic principles and traditions of the UAE are sealed. A Planning, Development and Evaluation Office has been created by the Ministry to oversee the strategy's accomplishment.
    *Findings
    Today, every village in the UAE has its own primary school, a number of secondary schools in the cities offer boarding facilities to make sure that a greater percentage of the population has access to education. To complete the educational system of the UAE, the first higher education establishment in the Emirates, the UAE University, opened in Al Ain in November 1977. Since then, over 20,000 graduates have passed through its doors. More recently, Higher Colleges of Technology ($$$$ men's and women's) have opened in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Al Ain, Sharjah, Ras Al Khaimah and Fujairah, teaching Business Administration, Accounting, Chemical Engineering and much more. Zayed University for women opened in 1998.

    There are also several career and technical education centers for those looking for useful training in their chosen careers. These include the Emirates Institute for Banking and Finance and the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company Career Development Centre.
    In 1999, Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, inaugurated the Centre of Excellence for Applied Research and Training (CERT), providing a unique education program for all nationalities. Higher education is also available through the Zayed Military Academy in Al Ain.
    Women and Education
    Women have taken maximum advantage of the opportunities offered by the educational system. This is highlighted by the results of the General Secondary School Certificate 1999, where female students performed better than their male partners for the third following year. There have been many female graduates from UAE University and the HCTs in a variety of fields, including the arts, engineering, science, media and communications, and computer technology.
    The Education System
    Primary and secondary education is provided for all UAE citizens. The existing educational structure, which was established in the early 1970s, is a four-tier system covering 14 years of education.

    Kindergarten
    Age level from: 4 to 5 years old

    Primary
    Length of program in years: 6
    Age level from: 6 to 12 years old

    Preparatory
    Length of program in years: 3
    Age level from: 12 to 15 years old

    Secondary
    Length of program in years: 3
    Age level from: 15 to 18 years old
    Certificate/diploma awarded: Secondary School Leaving Certificate

    Technical Secondary School
    Length of program in years: 6
    Age level from: 12 to 18 years
    Certificate/diploma awarded: Technical Secondary Diploma

    Children with special needs
    Handicapped centers supervised by the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs provide to those with hearing and physical disabilities, the visually impaired and others with special needs. The Ministry is always improving its facilities, at the same time highlighting the role of the family in caring for the disabled. The percentage of disabled people in the UAE is similar to the worldwide average (i.e. 8–10 per cent of the population).
    Some major new developments are under way, including a large centre in Abu Dhabi with 70 classrooms and 20 training workshops and the Al Thikka Club which opened in Sharjah. The Ministry of Education and Youth, together with the Red Crescent Society, also opened a centre for autistic children in Abu Dhabi, the first in a number of such centers planned by the Ministry.

    Higher Education
    Higher Colleges of Technology were established in 1988. Located in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Al Ain, Ras al-Khaimah and Fujairah; these colleges prepare nationals for professional and technological careers in $$$$ government and private parts. Since their foundation, the colleges have grown a lot, with staff and students increasing by about 30 per cent each year.


    *Conclusions
    In the end of this report we know the meaning of education that encompasses teaching and learning specific skills . Also we show a education systems such as: Primary education Secondary education and another systems. I think the education is more important because it help us in our life and solves many problems ..






    *Recommendations:

    In the end of this report we know that The United Arab Emirates is now one of the most advanced countries in education providing its people the best schools and universities. It was noted in the recent success of the UAE Education system that the literacy rates have increased. In 1975, only 54% of men and 31% of women were literate. In 1998 this had risen to 73% for men and 77% for women.





    *Sources:
    معهد الامارات التعليمي www.uae.ii5ii.com
    *www.uaeinteract.com
    *www.uae.gov.ae
    *UAE Yearbook 2001, Trident Press
    *http://www.sheikhmohammed.com/englis...istory_edu.asp





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    Introduction:


    The United Arab Emirates is a constitutional federation of seven emirates; Abu Dhabi ,Dubai ,Sharjah ,Ajman ,Umm al-Qaiwain ,Ras al-Khaimah and Fujairah . The federation was formally established on 2 December 1971.
    The United Arab Emirates (UAE) occupies an area of 83,600 sq km along the south-eastern tip of the Arabian Peninsula. Qatar lies to the west, Saudi Arabia to the south and west, and Oman to the north and east. The capital and the largest city of the federation, Abu Dhabi, is located in the emirate of the same name.

    ********

    United Arab Emirates occupies a total area of about 83,600 square kilometers (32,400 square miles), along the south-eastern tip of the Arabian Peninsula between 22°50 and 26°N and between 51° and 56°25 E. Qatar lies to the west and north-west, Saudi Arabia to the west and south and Oman to the north, east and south-east.

    History

    The United Arab Emirates was formed from the group of tribally organized Arabian Peninsula sheikhdoms along the southern coast of the Persian Gulf and the


    northwestern coast of the Gulf of Oman. The area accepted Islam in the 7th century; it was famous for being home to many companions of the Islamic Prophet Muhammad.

    Politics
    The Presidency and Premiership of the United Arab Emirates is hereditary to the Al Nahyan clan of Abu Dhabi and the Al Maktoum clan of Dubai respectively. The Supreme Council, consisting of the rulers of the seven emirates, also elects the Council of Ministers, while an appointed forty-member Federal National Council, drawn from all the emirates, reviews proposed laws. There is a federal court system; all emirates except Dubai and Ras al-Khaimah have joined the federal system; all emirates have both secular and Islamic law for civil, criminal, and high courts. Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan was the union's president from the nation's founding until his death on 2 November 2004. The Federal Supreme Council elected his son, Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahayan, president the next day.

    Demographics
    The UAE population has an unnatural sex distribution consisting of more than twice the number of males than females. The 15-65 age group has a male(s)/female sex ratio of 2.743. UAE's gender imbalance is the highest among any nation in the world followed by Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman, and Saudi Arabia - all of which together comprise the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) ] The GCC states are also what most South and Southeast Asians refer to as the Gulf especially in context of emigration.[4]
    UAE has one of the most diverse populations in the Middle East.[5] Since the mid-1980s, people from all across South Asia have settled in the UAE. In fact, an estimated 85 percent of the population is comprised of non-citizens, one of the world's highest percentages of foreign-born in any nation. The high living standards and economic opportunities in the UAE are better than almost anywhere else in the Middle East and South Asia. This makes the nation an attractive destination for Indians and Pakistanis, along with tens of thousands from Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. In 2006, there were approximately 1.2 million Indian nationals and 700,000 Pakistani nationals in the UAE, making them the largest expatriate community in the oil-rich nation.[6] Persons from over twenty Arab nationalities, including thousands of Palestinians who came as either political refugees or migrant workers, also live in the UAE.
    Culture and religion
    Rooted in Islamic culture, the UAE has strong ties with the rest of the Arab and Islamic world. The government is committed to preserving traditional forms of art and culture, primarily through the Abu Dhabi Cultural Foundation.
    General system of the UAE

    Political System A federation with specific areas of authority constitutionally assigned to the UAE Federal Government and other powers reserved for member emirates
    Area 83,600 square kilometers
    Time UAE Standard Time is 4 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+4)
    Daylight Saving Time UAE Time does not operate Daylight-Saving Time
    International Dialing Code +971
    Currency Emirati Dirham (Dh or AED), divided into 100 Fils
    Language The official language is Arabic. English is widely understood and ranks alongside Arabic as the language of commerce
    Population 4.106 million (December, 2005)
    GDP AED 485.5 billion (2005, Current Prices)
    Real GDP Growth 8.2% (2005)
    Non-Oil Sector Contribution to Nominal GDP 64% (2005)
    Industries Oil & Gas, Aluminum, Cement, Fertilizers, Commercial Ship Repair, Petrochemicals,
    Construction Materials, Pharmaceuticals, Tourism.
    Weekend Friday and Saturday for government institutions. Many private companies operate a six-day week (with Friday as an off day)

    Conclusion:

    The United Arab Emirates is a strong country because it gathers 7 emirates into one country. I'm proud because I belong to this country and I wish all the best to it. I advise all tourists to spend their holidays on my country and they will see the long and great history of my country. Thanks to God and Al sheikh Zayed for his great building to the United Arab Emirates.

    References

    http://www.emirates.org/
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Arab_Emirates

    Index:


    Matter
    Page


    Introduction


    1

    ********, History, Politics,
    Demographics, Culture and religion.



    2


    General system of the UAE


    3
    The governors of the UAE and their lieutenants


    4
    Conclusion, References


    5


    .

    Rooted in Islamic culture, the UAE has strong ties with the rest of the Arab and Islamic world. The government is committed to preserving traditional forms of art and culture, primarily through the Abu Dhabi Cultural Foundation.
    General system of the UAE

    Political System A federation with specific areas of authority constitutionally assigned to the UAE Federal Government and other powers reserved for member emirates
    Area 83,600 square kilometers
    Time UAE Standard Time is 4 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+4)
    Daylight Saving Time UAE Time does not operate Daylight-Saving Time
    International Dialing Code +971
    Currency Emirati Dirham (Dh or AED), divided into 100 Fils
    Language The official language is Arabic. English is widely understood and ranks alongside Arabic as the language of commerce
    Population 4.106 million (December, 2005)
    GDP AED 485.5 billion (2005, Current Prices)
    Real GDP Growth 8.2% (2005)
    Non-Oil Sector Contribution to Nominal GDP 64% (2005)
    Industries Oil & Gas, Aluminum, Cement, Fertilizers, Commercial Ship Repair, Petrochemicals,
    Construction Materials, Pharmaceuticals, Tourism.
    Weekend Friday and Saturday for government institutions. Many private companies operate a six-day week (with Friday as an off day)


    Conclusion:

    The United Arab Emirates is a strong country because it gathers 7 emirates into one country. I'm proud because I belong to this country and I wish all the best to it. I advise all tourists to spend their holidays on my country and they will see the long and great history of my country. Thanks to God and Al sheikh Zayed for his great building to the United Arab Emirates.
    References


    http://www.emirates.org/
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Arab_Emirates


    Index:


    Matter
    Page


    Introduction


    1

    ********, History, Politics,
    Demographics, Culture and religion.



    2


    General system of the UAE


    3
    The governors of the UAE and their lieutenants


    4
    Conclusion, References


    5


    .





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