Tuition Fees

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Fees and Payments

We endeavour to make our payment process as easy as possible with a range of simple and straightforward payment options, as well as a clear, concise fee structure. You’ll find everything you need to know about our fees and payment process here. Of course, if you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us:

 

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact: [email protected]

Telephone: (+971) 4 -236-1335

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Whilst our fees vary upon the level of the student, we make our fee structure as simple, clear and easy to understand as possible.

Please find a breakdown of our tuition and additional fees below. If you require any further information or clarification, please do not hesitate to contact us. 

 

Tuition Fee - Monthly Structure (2021-2022)

Grade

April

(in AED)

May - March

(in AED)

Total Tuition Fees

(in AED)

KG1 - KG2

712

725

7,237

Grades 01 to 03

897

885

8,862

Grades 04 to 05

904

890

8,914

Grades 06 to 08

 1,023

1,005

10,068

Grades 09 to 10

1,244

1,260

12,584

Grades 11 to 12

(Commerce/Humanities)

 1,454

1,470

14,684

Grades 11 to 12

(Science)

 1,543

1,530

15,313

*Note: School Fee is subject to KHDA Guidelines

Details of other fees and charges applicable are:

Application Fee

Application Fee AED 525 (VAT inclusive) will be due upon completion of online registration. Application fee is non-transferable, non-adjustable and non-refundable

Registration Deposit

Registration deposit of 10% of annual tuition is charged at the time of admission. The registration deposit is non-refundable and non-transferable but adjustable against the total tuition fee for the academic year.

ID Card & School Diary

 A one-off fee of AED 30 is charged for student’s ID Card and School Diary

Payment Policies

The tuition fees are due prior to the start of the academic year and payable in advance of attendance, at the start of each month. Tuition fees will be invoiced from the time of admission to ensure that payments can be processed before the start of the month. If your circumstances change, it is essential that you contact us in advance of the deadline so that we can guide you on available options. Please note, all tuition fees are in accordance with the fee structure established by GEMS Education under the guidance of KHDA established School Fee Framework.

Our fee payment process has been carefully designed with parents in mind, ensuring it is as simple, straightforward, and convenient as possible.

Payments

  • All tuition fees are payable in advance of attendance, according to the fee structure established by GEMS under the guidance of KHDA's School Fee Framework. For further information, please see KHDA Fee Frame Work.
  • All tuition fees payable in a year will be collected in 10 installments and will not be collected in July and August.
  • Tuition fees may also be paid in advance.

Payment Methods

We offer a number of payment methods, allowing our parents to choose an option that works for them.

Online Payment

Making an online payment is quick and easy. Simply access our dedicated online facility using Parent login. If you encounter any problems during the login or payment process, please contact [email protected] for further assistance.

School Fee Counter

Cash, credit card, and cheque payments can be made at the School Fee Counter, which is open 7:45 a.m. – 3:15 p.m. (Sunday to Thursday) during school working days.

When making a payment at the School Fee Counter, please ensure that you bring the relevant Student ID Number. If you are making a cheque payment, the cheque should be made payable to ‘Our Own English High School – Dubai’. Post dated cheques will not be accepted.

Please note, it is important that all fees are paid on time. If fees are not paid, such students’ academic reports will be withheld.

Disclaimer: Please note that school fees for the upcoming academic year are subject to change in accordance with Article 51 the Bylaw of Federal Law No. (28) of 1999 Concerning Private Education and applicable regulations.

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