Fees and Payments

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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:

Telephone: +971 4 2173900

Email: [email protected]

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GEMS AKNS Fee Structure for Academic year 2021-2022

  

The approved fees from the Ministry of education are as follows:

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Tuition Fees for new students enrolling in New Campus

Tuition Fees for existing schools moving to New Campus

Grade

2021-22

2022-23

Grade

2021-22

2022-23

Pre KG

21,326

22,322

Pre KG

17,772

17,772

KG1

21,326

22,322

KG1

17,772

18,602

KG2

21,326

22,322

KG2

17,772

18,602

Grade 1

24,221

25,353

Grade 1

20,186

21,129

Grade 2

24,221

25,353

Grade 2

20,186

21,129

Grade 3

24,221

25,353

Grade 3

20,186

21,129

Grade 4

28,698

30,038

Grade 4

23,915

25,032

Grade 5

28,698

30,038

Grade 5

23,915

25,032

Grade 6

28,698

30,038

Grade 6

23,915

25,032

Grade 7

34,489

36,100

Grade 7

28,741

30,083

Grade 8

34,489

36,100

Grade 8

28,741

30,083

Grade 9

34,489

36,100

Grade 9

28,741

30,083

Grade 10

40,808

42,714

Grade 10

34,007

35,595

Grade 11

40,808

42,714

Grade 11

34,007

35,595

Grade 12

40,808

42,714

Grade 12

34,007

35,595

 

Payment of Fees

  1. The Application Fee is payable at the time of the online registration, and is charged to process the application of new students. Once the child receives a formal offer from the school, the registration deposit is charged to enrol the child and secure the seat.
  2. If new students enroll at a school during the course of the academic year, the school can charge tuition fees starting from the beginning of the month of enrolment.
  3. Schools can collect annual tuition fees in three instalments, due at the beginning of each term. The first term’s payment will be 40%, the second 30% and the third term 30% of annual tuition fees.

Application fee of 525 AED (Inclusive of VAT)  is due at the time of application, this fee is:

  • Refundable if the school does not offer the student a place. Unless, the child’s registration is carried forward to the following academic year.
  • Non-refundable if the school offers the student a place but the student chooses not to take it.
  • Not deductible from the total tuition fees to be paid if the student is offered and accepts a place.

there will be a registration deposit when an offer of a seat in the school is extended, this deposit is payable after the student has been offered a place and parents have accepted the offer. The registration deposit is 10% of the total tuition fees, and is deductible from the total tuition fees for the academic year. Please note, this is a non-refundable deposit. 

If a student joins in the school in the middle of a term/semester, the tuition fee applicable will be prorated, based on the number of full weeks (commencing from the week of joining) remaining and unexpired in the term/semester.

All forms of payment methods are accepted and can be made by in person at the school accounts office.  In addition, payments of fees and tuition can also be paid by cheque, cash, or wire transfer directly to the school bank account.

Non-payment of Fees

Failure to pay school fees may result in a loss of the student’s place in the school, withholding of their school reports, references, and/or examination results, as well as, temporary or permanent expulsion or exclusion from school.

Refunds

  1. In the cases of both existing and new students, the registration and re-registration deposit will not be refunded unless there are extenuating circumstances. These circumstances include, but are not limited to relocation to another country/Emirate or any other unforeseen circumstances.
  2. In the case of refund, the school fees will be calculated as follows:                           
  • Tuition fees paid prior to the beginning of the academic year are refundable and only the registration / re-registration fees will be deducted
  • If the student was enrolled in the school for two weeks or less, a month’s fees will be deducted.
  • If the student was enrolled in the school for a period ranging between two weeks and one month, two months’ fees will be deducted.
  • If the student was enrolled in the school for more than a month, the full terms fees will be deducted.

      3. The refund will be calculated from the start of the term and the date of the official request by the parent stating the intent of withdrawal and            not from the date when the student was absent. Being on the school register counts as days in school.

      4. If paid with credit card or online, monies will be refunded back to the credit card. Cash payments will be refunded via cheque.  

Re-Registration Deposit

This deposit is payable at the time of Re-enrolment to guarantee a place for the following academic year. The Re-registration deposit is 5% of the total tuition fees, and is deductible from the total tuition fees for the academic year. Please note, this is a non-refundable deposit.

Student Withdrawals

All students withdrawing from the school must submit notification of their withdrawal in writing to the Registrar office.  A 30-day notification period is required

KHDA Fees Framework

The objective behind the development of a framework to regulate school fees is to protect the students and their parents as beneficiaries of educational services, as well as to provide a favourable environment for investors in the education sector and encourage them to improve the quality of education in the Emirate of Dubai. This is achieved by creating a comprehensive mechanism for the implementation of tuition fees which takes account of the educational and economic aspects and protects the interests of all stakeholders.

The framework has been developed in line with the strategic goals of KHDA and as a result of community engagement through parent surveys and investor feedback on this issue. The framework motivates schools to improve the quality of education, whilst at the same time protecting the interests of both parents and investors.

Click here to download the School Fee Framework

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