UAE announced on Monday that it would grant 10-year golden residency visas to excellent high school graduates, as well as their families.
State-run news agency WAM said that these visas would be granted to outstanding students who have obtained an average rate of at least 95 percent in high school certificate from public or private schools.
Also, they include university students from inside or outside the country who have a cumulative GPA of no less than 3.75 or its equivalent in specific scientific disciplines.
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Applications for these golden visas should be submitted through the Emirates Schools Establishment.
This week, the Emirates Schools Establishment announced the results of the examinations of over 28,000 12th grade students enrolled in public and private schools following the Ministry of Education’s curriculum.
It was reported that the pass rate was 100 per cent for elite and advanced streams’ students, and it was 91 per cent overall among them.