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UAE Schools Fair 2021 to be held virtually

UAE Schools Fair 2021 to be held virtually

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NxtShow has announced that it will host the first virtual fair for UAE schools this month to showcase a wide range of study options in the country and shed light on key learning opportunities and challenges.

Set to take place from March 23 to 24 2021, this year’s edition of the UAE Schools Fair will bring together top UAE school representatives, students, parents, education experts and providers, and other members of the academe in one virtual space for an opportunity to engage and learn.

During the two-day event, students, parents and guardians will be given direct access to school representatives and experts to enable them to make queries about school programmes, systems, policies and best practices with the end goal of guiding them towards making informed decisions. They will be able obtain information on admissions, scholarships, tuition and other fees, and offered programmes.

The fair will also feature forums to highlight the latest topics and trends impacting education, including the emotional wellbeing of children and young adults, as well as the transformation in the country’s learning ecosystem in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Njoud Majali – Co-Founder, NxtShow, said: “The virtual UAE Schools Fair is the result of a series of discussions between local parents and educators who agreed that there is a need to provide insights on how best to adapt to the present circumstances in terms of learning. The virtual event is an ideal venue to tackle a myriad of pressing concerns of parents and teachers, including home schooling, new teaching technologies and student mindfulness in the face of unprecedented challenges.”

Majali added that: “As such, the UAE Schools Fair will not only serve as a platform to give parents clarity on the participating schools’ learning methodologies and systems, and UAE learning institutions a chance to showcase their programmes, tools and practices. But more importantly, the virtual education fair will also highlight key subjects of local and global importance to help all stakeholders create a roadmap of the future of schooling in light of the unexpected changes we constantly face such as in the case of the current pandemic.”

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