The International Boarding School Exhibition Hilton Dubai Jumeirah
Friday 14th & Saturday 15th November 2014 – 2pm to 7 pm
Friday 14th & Saturday 15th November 2014 – 2pm to 7 pm The International Boarding School Exhibition provides an excellent starting point for families considering a boarding school education for their child. Our aim is to help those families living in the UAE and wider Gulf region to explore boarding schools in the USA, Canada, Switzerland, Jordan, UK and Bahrain, these schools have a huge amount to offer, do come along and talk to us, we are here to help you find the best school for your child!
Your route to the top universities worldwide…………………..
Heads and representatives of 27 boarding schools from across the world will attend the exhibition, visiting families will learn about the academic excellence, sports, drama, music, art, boarding life, and how to apply. The Anderson Education team are there to help families identify schools that meet the individual needs of the child and family.
Preparation and planning is key to ensuring a successful boarding school placement. We all have access to the internet, research can of course be confusing, there is a lot of choice, they all look wonderful and families often do not know where to start.
Short listing and visiting three or four schools, is a very important part of the process and a deciding factor in selecting the right school for your child. The school visit enables the family to identify what is special and unique about each school and match this with the needs of each child.
Boarding schools aim to empower young men and women to develop academically, socially, and morally, preparing them for university and for the challenges of living in the 21st century.
A boarding school education provides:
- A supportive and structured environment with excellent pastoral care ·
- Traditional values
- The route to top universities
- A wide range of subjects
- Excellent facilities for sport, music, drama, art and languages
- Stunning locations
- Small classes and individual attention.