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Dubai schools welcome 92 Emirati students
By A Staff Reporter October 10, 2018
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DUBAI: Five private schools in Dubai have welcomed a select group of 92 exceptional Emirati students as part of the second cycle of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Distinguished Students Program. The Programme, which encourages Emirati students in Dubai to apply for scholarships to study in some of Dubai’s top-rated schools, targets students from Grades 4 to secondary school.

For the second consecutive year, the Programme is being rolled out in partnership with multiple government entities including The Executive Council of Dubai, Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) and Knowledge Fund alongside private school operators in Dubai.

The Programme was launched by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, during the Future Dialogue session held to discuss the Dubai 2021 Plan. The initiative has so far benefited a total of 324 students.
 

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