Dubai Knowledge Village
Dubai Knowledge Village (DKV), launched in 2003, places the Middle East on the map as a destination for learning excellence.
Its picturesque campus sets the right environment for a knowledge-based sector with many professional training centres and learning support entities.
This thriving knowledge community was founded as part of a long-term economic strategy to develop the region’s talents, in an effort to introduce new skills and the latest learning methods and tools following international standards of upgrading individual skill and professionalism.
DKV’s Business Partners
The benefits for Dubai Knowledge Village partners are immense and include 100% foreign ownership, 100% freedom from taxes, 100% repatriation of assets and profits and effortless visa issuance procedures.
DKV also offers first-rate facilities for the use of its knowledge partners and their students including serene landscapes, a food court, sports grounds and a gym.
DKV has over 300 partners originating from different countries of the five continents. They have crossed the world to set up training and professional centres, institutes and HR companies.
DKV is totally focused on professional training and learning support services.
Dubai International Academic City (DIAC)
Dubai International Academic City (DIAC) located in the Dubai Academic City is the world’s only Free Zone dedicated to higher education.
A regional base for premier international higher education institutions, DIAC is the world’s first dedicated tertiary cluster development. Spread across an area of 25 million square foot, the DIAC campus provides an environment of vitality and inspiration for students and faculty.
DIAC partners also enjoy special privileges like 100% foreign ownership, 100% freedom from taxes, 100% repatriation of profits and effortless visa issuance procedures for students, faculty and staff.
DIAC offers a self contained environment with world class facilities for recreational activities including restaurants, cinema, gym and sports grounds.
A well appointed hostel accommodation provided within the campus allows for a well rounded educational experience.
There are currently over 20 international universities of higher learning from diverse regions including Australia, India, Pakistan, Iran, Russia, Belgium, UK and Ireland operating out of DIAC, catering to over 9,000 students.
These include The University of Wollongong in Dubai, from Australia, Middlesex University Dubai Campus, from UK and S. P. Jain Centre of Management Dubai, from India among others.
These institutions offer programmes that range in duration from one year to four years.
Major academic programmes on offer include engineering, computer science, fashion and design, biotechnology, environmental studies, quality management and business management programmes.