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swiss-international-scientific-school-dubaiSeptember will witness the opening of a new school in Dubai – The Swiss International Scientific SchoolThe school will be a leading bilingual international school where future generations will be inspired to become confident and enthusiastic life-long learners, ready to embrace the opportunities and challenges in a global world.

The school will offer the full continuum International Baccalaureate (IB) programme in English or in two bilingual English-French and English-German sections.  The state-of-the art campus will be located within Dubai Healthcare City zone 2, adjacent to Dubai Creek, near the Creek Metro Station, at the foot of Business Bay Bridge and opposite Festival City.

The Swiss International Scientific School Dubai would like to invite you to their first Meet the Head of School Event on the 8th of February 2015 at the Habtoor Grand Hotel, Dubai Marina in Salamar Lounge from 5 p.m to 7 p.m. Read more

steph2This week’s Into-yous features French expat Stephanie Duriez

Tell us a little about yourself:
Mother of 3 children, I am the founder and managing director of Secrets Fine Food. Even though I go back to France very often and I love my country, I enjoy my life as an expat. Being in contact with people with totally different backgrounds and histories fascinates me. Since childhood, I wanted to live abroad and I have been blessed to be able to realize this dream. Dubai is an extraordinary city where everything is possible. There are very few cities in the world offering so many opportunities and I am proud to be part of this development with my company Secrets Fine Food. Read more

ask louiseQuestionHello I am hoping you can help me. I am looking at taking a position with a major company near the Jumeirah beach, alas at the moment I don’t know the slightest thing about where too start with the general life things. I am married and have a seven year old child, who is fluent in both English and French. I am unsure if I will be given accommodation or not. Assuming I don’t get accommodation, where would be a good place to rent (I don’t mind commuting and would prefer my wife and daughter to be in a good area, near a good school). Next, what sort of school is good. My wife is concerned about crime and things for each of us to do. My list could be endless as you can imagine, I am just hoping for advice and general ideas.  Many thanks in advance. Read more

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