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Dubai Rent vs School Fees in 2018 (Report)

Dubai, UAE: Edarabia, in collaboration with Bayut.com, has released its much-awaited findings on Dubai School Fees vs. Rent for Q1 2018. The report reveals that Nad Al Sheba, Jumeirah Village Circle (JVC), and Al Sufouh are the top three areas where school fees are most expensive, with average annual fees of up to AED 65,152 for all year groups. On the other hand, schools located in Deira, Al Qusais / Muhaisnah, and Al Karama; offer the lowest school fees in Dubai, averaging AED 12,761 per year. Compared to Edarabia’s findings in 2017, the new report indicates that although most school fees were updated, some neighbourhoods in Dubai even experienced a reduction of upto 10-15%.

Annual School Fees (Average)

The table below illustrates a summary of the average annual tuition among private schools in Dubai. View the complete list of Dubai school fees here.
Dubai School Fees - Q1 2018
Area # of Schools Avg. Annual Fees
Deira 17 12,761
Al Qusais/ Muhaisnah 33 15,533
Al Karama 12 16,275
Discovery Gardens / Jebal Ali 3 29,008
Mirdif/ Al Rashidiya 26 30,600
Al Quoz 15 33,390
Bur Dubai 6 34,279
Jumeirah 15 41,074
Motor City 1 41,472
DIP/ Green Community 5 44,113
Dubai Silicon Oasis / Academic City 4 47,827
Al Barsha 17 51,477
Umm Suqeim 5 55,175
Dubai Sports City 2 55,387
Arabian Ranches 2 58,409
Springs/ Meadows/Greens 6 59130
Al Sufouh 3 59,457
Jumeirah Village Circle (JVC) 2 63,825
Nad Al Sheba 9 65,152

Rent in Dubai (2018 vs. 2017)

The average yearly rental data for 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments, and 3 and 4 bedroom villas, was collected for Q1 2018 from Bayut.com. The report covered 24 areas including popular Dubai neighbourhoods. The most expensive neighbourhoods in Dubai are located in Dubai Marina, Palm Jumeirah, and Al Sufouh areas. Conversely, Al Qusais, Al Quoz, and Downtown Jebel Ali have the lowest rentals.
Dubai RENT - Q1 2018 APARTMENTS VILLAS
Area 1 BR 2 BR 3 BR 3 BR 4 BR
Al Barsha 68,968 91,587 112,190 165,000 200,000
Al Karama 72,166 95,101 109,728   150,000
Al Quoz 54,021 72,226 127,500 142,500 179,600
Al Qusais 51,137 70,385 86,800 82,000  
Al Sufouh 81,929 107,000 165,000 245,417 260,000
Arabian Ranches 73,333   137,000 177,466 220,000
Bur Dubai 66,138 92,498 132,431   160,000
Deira 57,269 96,371 137,044 102,250 175,000
Discovery Gardens 59,502 89,088      
Downtown Jebel Ali 55,031 71,714 80,000    
Dubai Investment Park (DIP) 60,490 80,000 95,000   170,000
Dubai Marina 93,858 130,000 170,000 273,023 650,000
Dubai Sports City 58,614 79,310 110,000 155,625 172,500
Green Community 74,425 118,286 173,750 186,250 189,660
IMPZ 57,406 71,338 96,778    
International City 41,942 59,066 83,600 95,000 102,500
Jumeirah 127,809 178,819 230,000 180,418 220,278
Jumeirah Village Circle (JVC) 60,730 86,790 120,000 135,617 140,727
Mirdif 65,389 84,217 105,368 120,347 131,815
Motor City 73,261 104,386 135,000 185,000 233,194
Nad Al Sheba         223,333
Palm Jumeirah 130,000 160,000 205,000 263,333 380,000
The Meadows       205,000 210,000
The Springs   116,667 153,000 157,718  
Umm Suqeim   142,500 211,250 207,167 220,000
The Q1 Report (2018) suggests that the lowest apartment rents are to be found in the new, “suburban” neighbourhoods of Dubai: JVC, Sports City, Dubai Investment Park and IMPZ. JVC is also home to some of the most affordable villas, after Mirdif and Dubai Sports City. Meanwhile, the most expensive apartments and villas are to be found in the older, more central neighbourhoods – particularly Al Sufouh, Jumeirah, Nad al Sheba, Palm Jumeirah, and Umm Suqeim. Statistics from Bayut.com show rents falling, across key residential areas where school fees are the most expensive. The data suggests average rents fell in Nad Al Sheba, The Springs, The Meadows, Jumeirah Village Circle (JVC). The average rent for a four-bedroom villa in Nad Al Sheba fell by 15.7% and in JVC, the cost of a three-bed villa fell by 20.7% Some areas where school fees are the lowest, such as Karama, saw rents remain stable, for example, the average cost of a two-bed apartment in Al Karama remained at AED 95,101.
Average Tuition
FS1 33,524
KG1 26,314
KG2 28,369
Grade 1 30,079
Grade 2 30,558
Grade 3 31,041
Grade 4 32,059
Grade 5 32,654
Grade 6 34,139
Grade 7 36,233
Grade 8 35,908
Grade 9 37,322
Grade 10 37,962
Grade 11 41,039
Grade 12 41,526

Quick Facts about Schools in Dubai

There are 185 Private Schools in Dubai with a total of 273,599 students. Out of these, 32,103 are Emirati students and 15,099 students with Special Education Needs and Disabilities (SEND). Most schools with a UK curriculum were found to have an “Outstanding” or “Very Good” rating while lying at the other end of the spectrum with more “Weak” rated schools are those offering Indian (CBSE) curriculum. In addition, KHDA findings suggest that “the majority of students attending Dubai private schools that have adopted a French, IB, UK, or Indian curriculum are in schools judged to be good, or better overall.” The report shows that a majority of private schools now operate a level of provision for students with SEND at 61%, which suggests that schools are a good place for uniting the community.


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