Universities in Middle East

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Universities in Middle East


Choosing a university is one of the most important decisions one will ever make. There are a lot of factors to be considered in choosing a university. And these factors will help you to attend to the best university that is suitable for your needs. Some of these factors are: [1] the type of school, [2] the majors that the universities are offering, [3] the cost and your budget, [4] the type of financial support and scholarships available, [5] the location – whether you want something nearer or you want to move away from home, [6] the academic standards of the university, [7] the social and recreational activities available, and [8] the whole environment within the vicinity of the university.


Middle East offers a lot of good universities for individuals around the world. Although there are some universities that are culture-based, like all girls or all boys' universities, still there are modern universities which offer great standards in academic and respects different cultures and traditions. According to Paul Bodine Admissions Consulting, these are the top four universities in Middle East (source: EdArabia.com): [1] Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar, [2] American university of Sharjah, [3] American University of Dubai, and [4] Canadian University of Dubai.

The first factor to be considered in choosing a university is the type of school. With a range to choose from, it depends on what your lifestyle is and your personal choices. The first thing to think about is whether you want to attend to a private or public institution. And in addition, the size of the university also matters for it can be beneficial to you. Some students prefer smaller classrooms for a closer interaction with their professors and some prefers large classrooms where hundreds of students can attend. These four universities are all classified as private schools. They consist of both large classrooms and small classrooms....
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