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Study in the Middle East

Do you want to study in the Middle East? But where is it? The Middle East is a geographically historically important region that strategically connects the continents of Asia, Africa, and Europe. It is the birthplace of some of the world’s first civilizations and it is fascinating for its culture, food, and even its religion. Students who are interested in studying in a country in the Middle East can find all the information they need here, from country facts to visa information.

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United Arab Emirates

From the hyperreality of Dubai to the vast expanses of desert inland, the United Arab Emirates is a country like no other. Dream to study in the United Arab Emirates and discover the Middle East? Learn more about the degree programs in the United Arab Emirates below.

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Israel

On the edge of the Mediterranean, Israel is home to rare and stunning landscapes and houses some of the world’s best universities. Its deep religious roots and diverse culture are a source of both beauty and wonder, this small country offers unparalleled experiences for culture lovers and adventurers!

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Last update: 17 Feb 2021

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