The Ministry of Education in the United Arab Emirates provides a customized curriculum for students residing in the UAE. For more details about the MOE Curriculum, please visit the ministry's official website moe.gov.ae.
American curriculum schools can be specific to a state’s curriculum or be focused on common core state standards. Click for more details about this Curriculum in Abu Dhabi.
The Bangladesh curriculum applied in Abu Dhabi follows the Dhaka Board Curriculum. Click for more details about this Curriculum.
The English (British) national curriculum is a structure that schools use to make sure teaching and learning are balanced and consistent. Click to learn more about this curriculum.
The French curriculum focuses on developing independent analytical thinking across broad subject areas. Click for more details about this curriculum in Abu Dhabi.
Schools applying the German curriculum have the freedom to plan and organize teaching and learning in the way that best meets the needs of their pupils. Click for more details about this curriculum.
The International Baccalaureate (IB) offers a continuum of international education. The programs encourage both personal and academic achievement, challenging students to excel in their studies and in their personal development. Click for more details about this curriculum.
The curriculum adopts an education system that prepares students from classes 1 to 12 for competitive examinations while facilitating entry into the world's leading universities. Click for more details about this curriculum.
The education system in Iran is divided into two main levels: primary education and high-school education. All children spend six years of their lives at primary level from age six to 12 and attend high school from age 12 to 18. Click for more details about this curriculum.
Education in the Italian curriculum is compulsory for ten years between the ages of 6 and 16. The last 2 years (14 - 16 years of age) can be undertaken at a state upper secondary school. Click for more details about this curriculum.
The Japanese School in Abu Dhabi follows the Japanese Curriculum that is officially authorized by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan (MEXT). Click for more details about this curriculum.
Compulsory education in this curriculum starts at the age of 5 and end at the age of 16 (Grade 10; the final class of junior secondary education). Materials included in this education system are taught in Urdu.
The Philippine curriculum is referred to as K -12 enhanced basic education curriculum. It aims to enhance learners’ basic skills, produce more competent citizens and prepare graduates for lifelong learning and employment.