Do you know why do Europeans prefer to study hospitality in Dubai?

Thursday - February 26, 2015



Dubai is a very attractive study abroad destination regarding the field of hospitality. While the whole of Europe is immersed in a financial crisis, the United Arab Emirate’s market is fastly growing specially thanks to the the world-famous city of Dubai, the most populous city and emirate in the UAE. Did you know that Dubai has 275,000 jobs available? No wonder why Europeans like it so much.

The first thing to mention about Dubai is its incredible skyline, featuring more ‘supertall’ skyscrapers than any other city. Among them is the Burj Khalifa, which is the world’s tallest manmade structure. Lots of these skyscrapers are hotels, but did you know that Dubai has over 300 hotels opening before 2030? This is another reason why people from Europe want to study in Dubai, because there are lots of new opportunities that they can’t find in their own countries.

Other impressive feats of modern construction include the luxurious three Palm Islands (the world’s biggest manmade islands), the elitist ‘world’ islands (designed to resemble the world when viewed from above) and the stunning Ski Dubai (the Middle East’s first indoor ski resort). European hospitality students who want to specialize in luxury hotels and luxury services see Dubai as a great place to study because of its extravagance. Did you know that Dubai has the highest density of 5-star hotels in the world?

Towards the outskirts of the city is Dubai International Academic City, an area which is home to 27 university campuses run by institutions from 11 different countries. With all these educational institutions there is a huge variety of programmes to choose depending on the fields of interest of  the students, a variety that you can’t find in Europe.

Lots of European students choose to study in Dubai because they want to develop the ability to think from more than one perspective by living in a country so different from the ones that they come from. Courses like the MBA in International Hospitality Management by The Emirates Academy, the leading hotel school in Dubai that has 300 hospitality students from 60 different nationalities, offer European students a great way of developing and broadening European students’ horizons in the hotel and hospitality industry.

If you want to benefit of all what Dubai has to offer and learn more about The Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management join our informative session on the 11th of March just by filling the form below:[wufoo username=”web2present” formhash=”s6p7itb0me6mtl” autoresize=”true” height=”483″ header=”show” ssl=”true”]