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Like all ambitious students across the world, Arabic students too wish to excel in their pursuit of education and careers. One of the best proponents of this is to opt for overseas education. UAE is a good option for working opportunities but lags behind in the provision of education. Many universities in Dubai and other cities are of foreign origin only. They are branches of global universities with lesser resources and not much of competent professors. Education in UAE is quite expensive, whereas as international students, they would receive financial aid for university admission in abroad countries like the UK.
Also, there are minimal degrees for humanities and literature in universities across the Middle East. This all reflects how studying in Arab is considerably overpriced yet qualitatively low. If a student wishes to work and study simultaneously in Arab, the strenuous work environment poses a big difficulty in concentrating on studies. After basic education, especially when moving into the postgraduate level, youngsters need to gain experience of independence. Hence, students from Arab, choose to go abroad and avail in-depth facilities in Western universities. Another reason for getting university admission abroad is; Universities of Arab are not recognized for rankings by Times Higher Education and regional rankings by QS.
Traveling to the USA for university admission could be beneficial in these following ways:
Definitely, studying in the USA could be the best move in the career for Arab based students due to its brilliance in higher education and acceptance of their degrees all over the world.
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