Summer is the perfect time to promote personal growth and strengthen university applications, according to Carian College Advisors of Dubai.
School is out and a long, hot summer awaits most high school students in the UAE. The lucky ones will escape the heat and head to cooler climes for a few weeks of family holidays, but how should they spend the rest of their summer vacation? For UAE students looking to enroll in US universities, summer is the perfect time to participate in meaningful academic, extracurricular, and professional work that will have a significant impact on their applications. Particularly for students applying to elite US universities, summers are a critical time and how they are utilized can mean the difference between an acceptance and rejection letter senior year. Read more
Dubai based children’s edutainment centre Favourite Things will be running in conjunction with First Security Group a paediatric first aid course which focuses on emergency scenarios that are faced by mums, nannies, au pairs and anyone responsible for looking after young children. Read more
However, encouraging them to join a team can soon make them feel like they ‘belong’. The city has no shortage of football, netball or rugby teams but maybe these sports are not suitable for your child? Dubai based sports company Sports Life is now offering another alternative team sport that maybe worth considering….Waterpolo. Read more
The Blue Angels are expat mums who have experienced PNI (also called post natal depression) and together are determined to help all the other mums in Dubai suffering from PNI in their “hour of need”. You do not need to suffer alone.
They were very lucky to have found one another and helped each other survive through our darkest days. Now, they can be there for you. Read more
The Abu Dhabi Music & Arts Foundation is proud to announce the fourth Children’s Art Tent at Al Ain Wildlife Park & Resort January 28th to February 2nd 2013. The Children’s Art Tent is a hugely successful initiative that aims at helping children learn about wildlife, nature and their local environment through the medium of art. The art workshops are free on admission to the Al Ain Wildlife Park and will incorporate various exciting workshops and activities aimed at children between 4 -15 years old.
Professional artists and instructors will be on hand to teach and encourage children in their chosen activity which ranges from animal mask-making and silhouette sculptures. Last year’s event saw more than 3000 visitors attend the park during Art Tent and the 2013 event hopes to be even bigger and better with more activities and more artistic challenges for our young guests. Read more