During your studies:
Students on the school’s sponsorship can legally work part-time whilst studying, upon receiving a permit from the Ministry of Labour under the UAE Labour Law.
After your studies:
The UAE’s economy has grown significantly in the past 10 years, creating new job opportunities for people who wish to live and work in Dubai. Small and medium-sized businesses as well as hundreds of multinationals, offer employment
opportunities with competitive salaries and very attractive packages.
Dubai allows you to experience a multicultural, yet traditional society with over 200 nationalities living side by side. Students, who are interested in working full time in Dubai after their studies, will find not only a close-knit expatriate community but also plenty of employment options and tax-free salaries.
Students need a sponsor in order to receive a work permit. This sponsor can be a company or an individual who has offered them a position and will process their residency visa. Dubai also offers a multitude of alternatives for those who wish to work on a freelance basis or set up a business.
Dubai’s free trade zones offer
expatriates the possibility of setting up a business through which they are allowed to process their own residency visa, as well as that of their families, whilst having 100% of business ownership.