Student Visa for Dubai

College-level study in Dubai may be possible with this visa. However, you must first receive an offer letter from a college or university to apply for this. The duration of your studies will determine the cost of your student visa, which is significantly more than that of other visa categories. Your parents, university, or yourself can sponsor this visa. Visas of the student variety are renewable.

Documents required for Student visa for Dubai

  • Original passport and four photocopies
  • Twelve photographs.
  • An official acceptance letter from a university in the United Arab Emirates
  • UAE bank statements proving the availability of funds
  • A signed lease (or, if youre living on campus, a letter from the university).
  • A copy of the programs current years tuition receipt
  • A copy of the receipt for the visa application fees for the current academic year
  • Students seeking admission to graduate programmes must provide evidence that they hold an accredited bachelors degree.
  • Get checked out by a doctor at a certified facility as soon as you land. Included in this category are diagnostic tests for HIV, HBV, HCV, TB, leprosy, syphilis, and syphilis. All positive test results (except for syphilis) will result in expulsion.

Eligibility criteria for a Dubai Student Visa

The type of Dubai Study Visa you apply for will determine your eligibility. To study in Dubai, you must generally fulfil the following requirements:

  • Expected age of participants is 18 or older.
  • Get a formal acceptance letter from the school.
  • A certificate of continued education is necessary for older students.
  • Clearing all necessary medical tests.
  • The university or a close family member must act as your visa sponsor.
  • Must receive permission from the appropriate Regional Directorate for Residents and Foreigners (GDRFA).
  • Long-term Dubai Study Visa requirements include a minimum graduation grade of 95% from an accredited secondary school in the United Arab Emirates. But college graduates from both domestic and international institutions must have a grade point average (GPA) of at least 3.75 to qualify.