Ambassador International Academy says fees will be at least AED22,400 lower than average school offering International Baccalaureate
Ambassador International Academy, the Dubai-based schools operator, has announced plans to launch the emirate’s first affordable International Baccalaureate (IB) school.
The company said that while fees at IB schools in Dubai average AED52,800 for kindergarten and AED65,600 for primary education, Ambassador International Academy (AIA Dubai) will charge an average of AED30,400 for kindergarten and AED35,800 for primary.
It added that parents with children at AIA Dubai would save AED22,400 in kindergarten and AED28,800 in primary.
Kamal Kalwani, co-founder and vice chairman, Ambassador International Academy (AIA) said: "Not only quality education, but affordable education with global standards is important in today’s scenario. We wanted to bring international education to the city, while keeping in mind affordability.”
Facilities at the new campus will include four libraries, a multi-purpose hall, a 25 metre outdoor shaded swimming pool plus a training pool for the kindergarten, football pitches, tennis courts, cricket practice nets, science labs and design and art studios.
The school, which will open doors in September, is centrally located between Meydan Road and Umm Suqeim Street and the new campus is the fourth Ambassador School to open in the UAE.