Private schools in Dubai will be able to increase their fees by up to 5.2 per cent, depending on how they fared in the latest annual inspections. Schools whose ratings dropped will not be eligible to apply for any fee increase.

The Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA), Dubai’s education regulator, published an Education Cost

Index (ECI) of 2.6 percent, which will allow schools to modify their tuition for the 2024–2025 academic year.

“Aligning the fee adjustment with schools’ inspection ratings emphasises the quality offered by schools while enhancing the competitiveness of the sector,” Khaleej Times quoted Shamma AlMansouri, director of Permits at KHDA.
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