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Moving to Abu Dhabi

Whether it’s your dream to live by the sea or study at one of our world-class universities, our welcoming city makes the process of establishing your new life simple and seamless

Learn In Abu Dhabi

Finding a school

Education in Abu Dhabi is world-class, with a school and curriculum to suit everyone.

The emirate is home to a number of international education providers, including the internationally renowned Brighton College Abu Dhabi and Cranleigh Abu Dhabi.

In total, Abu Dhabi offers 15 curriculums: American, Bangladesh, British, Canadian, French, German, IB (International Baccalaureate), Indian, Iranian, Italian, Japanese, Pakistan, Philippines and SABIS (an education system founded in Lebanon in 1886 and now taught in schools in 20 countries).

Healthcare In Abu Dhabi

Healthcare in Abu Dhabi

The UAE was rated best in the Middle East and 10th in the world for healthcare in 2018, according to Bloomberg’s Health Care Efficiency Index. 

In Abu Dhabi, partnerships with Cleveland Clinic and Johns Hopkins have seen state-of-the-art hospitals open in locations across the emirate.

Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA) owns and operates 12 government hospitals, accounting for more than 2,600 beds, which are available to anyone with a health card.

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Renting a home

From luxury beachfront villas, to modern, open-plan apartments and community-driven developments with green, open spaces and leisure facilities, Abu Dhabi has a home to suit every lifestyle and budget.

Renting a property is most peoples' first stop when they arrive in the UAE. Rent is paid in advance for the year, usually in several pre-dated cheques.

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Buying a home

There is an increasing number of developments in Abu Dhabi that welcome foreign buyers, from Saadiyat Island's Spanish-style villas just a stone's throw from the island's museum district, to the gleaming towers of Reem Island.

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Studying in Abu Dhabi

Tertiary education in Abu Dhabi is excellent, with Abu Dhabi University – which has campuses in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain and Dubai – rating among the top 2.8 per cent of universities in the world.

Other universities include Zayed University, Khalifa University, The Higher Colleges of Technology, Mohammed V University Abu Dhabi, and United Arab Emirates University.

New York University opened a portal campus – NYU Abu Dhabi – in 2010, which serves as a liberal arts and science college; while Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi was awarded best University in the Middle East for humanities by Forbes Middle East Education awards 2019.

Ready to take it further?

Relocating to a new country can be an exciting prospect. From how to find a school, to renting a home by the sea, find everything you need to know about life in Abu Dhabi

Finding a school

Education in Abu Dhabi is world-class, with a school and curriculum to suit everyone.

The emirate is home to a number of international education providers, including the internationally renowned Brighton College Abu Dhabi and Cranleigh Abu Dhabi.

In total, Abu Dhabi offers 15 curriculums: American, Bangladesh, British, Canadian, French, Germn, IB (International Baccalaureate), Indian, Iranian, Italian, Japanese, Pakistan, Philippines and SABIS (an education system founded in Lebanon in 1886 and now taught in schools in 20 countries).

Healthcare in Abu Dhabi

The UAE was rated best in the Middle East and 10th in the world for healthcare in 2018, according to Bloomberg’s Health Care Efficiency Index. 

Partnerships with Cleveland Clinic and Johns Hopkins have seen state-of-the-art hospitals open in locations across the emirate.

Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA) owns and operates 12 government hospitals, accounting for more than 2,600 beds, which are available to anyone with a health card.

Renting a home

From luxury beachfront villas, to modern, open-plan apartments and community-driven developments with green, open spaces and leisure facilities, Abu Dhabi has a home to suit every lifestyle and budget.

Renting a property is most peoples' first stop when they arrive in the UAE. Rent is paid in advance for the year, usually in several pre-dated cheques.

Buying a home

There is an increasing number of developments in Abu Dhabi that welcome foreign buyers, from Saadiyat Island's Spanish-style villas just a stone's throw from the island's museum district, to the gleaming towers of Reem Island.