Al Ittihad Private School Jumeirah in Dubai
Al Ittihad Private School Jumeirah
Type of institute
private profit-making K-12 school
Curriculum or Student Nationality
Qualifications or Courses
Head of school
Nehad Saeed Al Shamsi (principal)
Executive body or owner
Arabia for Educational Development
Number of students (approx)
Number of staff (approx)
School area, location map
Al Safa / Jumeirah / Umm Suqeim -
PO Box 37090, Dubai, UAE
School fees structure
16,560-32,250 dhs per year (2008-2009)
Teacher salary range
3,700 - 8,500 dhs per month (estimate only , not confirmed)
Student satisfaction rating
Parent satisfaction rating
Teacher job satisfaction rating
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KHDA school inspection report ratings
Al Ittihad Private School Jumeirah admissions, reviews, notes
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Annual tuition fees (AED) 2008-2009
18 August 2006
Majority of students at Al Ittihad School in Jumeirah are Arabic (mostly UAE nationals) studying in English but AIPS Jumeirah has a larger proportion of international students than at the Al Mamzar branch.
AIPS Jumeirah is newer and has a better reputation than Al Mamza.
CITA accreditation awarded in March 2003.
Website under construction (Aug 2006).
Sometimes called "Al Ittihad School" or "Al Itihad School".
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Last update 06 September 2008
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