Online school iCademy Middle East see 200 percent spike as families grapple with the pandemic’s disruption
The school has particularly witnessed an increase from students in the UAE, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Qatar
iCademy Middle East, the only KHDA approved online school announced that it had witnessed a 200 percent surge in its enrollment. According to the school, the increase comes as a response to the substantial rise in COVID-19 cases that have caused students and parents to opt for online schooling. The school has particularly witnessed an increase from students in the UAE, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Qatar. In the UAE, they have seen a substantial increase from the emirate of Abu Dhabi, citing that 30 percent of new enrolments are from the capital.
City Centre Mirdif creates a fun, wellbeing and educational space for families and the community with “Mirdif Club”
Dubai, UAE, 26 January2020: City Centre Mirdif has launched an all-new community hub, offering people from the area and beyond a welcoming space to learn, socialise, work on their wellbeing and be entertained.
UAE embraces virtual learning for sustainable economic growth
By Deepshikha Kumar Anand
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) government is investing massively to diversify the economy and reduce its dependence on oil revenue for many years. Favorable infrastructure and economic policies proved effective in this realm and both the manufacturing and service sectors have witnessed unprecedented growth in the last couple of years. Before the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, the total worth of active construction projects was USD 350 billion. Now, to meet the Vision 2021 National Agenda, UAE is aggressively working upon futuristic strategies and digitalization of learning platforms is one of them – fast taking UAE amongst the most progressive knowledge leaders.