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Managing Diversity in Business Education: A Case of Dubai International Academic City

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  • Nadir Ali Kolachi

    (University of Fujairah, UAE)

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Education is an important factor in developing any nation around the world. Today’s developed countries are much focused on education in varied fields. This has become possible through meaningful diversity in every field. Latest developments and innovations are the backbone to compete in today’s competitive world. Best business education in Europe and North American countries have opened avenues of competition for other nations. These initiatives of being accredited by AACSB is a clear direction for successful business schools. UAE has been a preferred destination for more than two hundred nationalities who are working in different fields. Such diversity is the reason of varied developments in almost every domain. The educational projects, research based initiatives, business forums and meetings made it possible to get exponential growth in UAE and Dubai in particular. Dubai is one of the most demanded place to live and work in different companies and universities. Referring to this case research, education is the most focused area and set as top priority of government’s projects for 2020. There are few AACSB accredited Business Schools in UAE and others are trying best to get it done through varied skills as possible through diversified opportunities in Dubai. Dubai is leading in education sector in the region where all nationalities are working and being educated in multiple fields. Dubai’s diversity has made it much attractive to be educated in the multicultural city.

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  • Nadir Ali Kolachi, 2019. "Managing Diversity in Business Education: A Case of Dubai International Academic City," Proceedings of the 15th International RAIS Conference, November 6-7, 2019 42NK, Research Association for Interdisciplinary Studies.
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