The new Dibber nurseries are set to welcome over 350 students for the upcoming academic year.


Global education provider Dibber expands in UAE with 2 new nurseries

Dibber, a Scandinavian and Nordic education provider, has announced its continued expansion in the UAE with the opening of two new nurseries.

Dibber’s new nurseries are located in Dubai’s Jumeirah Golf Estates and Khalifa City in Abu Dhabi, bringing its total number of nurseries in the UAE to six.

The new facilities, just like the rest of its network, will provide the renowned Scandinavian-Nordic pedagogy to children aged 45 days up to 6 years old.

With state-of-the-art indoor and outdoor facilities, the new Dibber nurseries are set to welcome over 350 students for the upcoming academic year, commencing in September. Admissions have already started for both branches.

Dibber’s educational philosophy, known as the Dibber Childhood, is centered on nurturing the intrinsic value of each child. By fostering a playful, holistic, and interactive learning environment, Dibber encourages children’s natural curiosity and cultivates their interests and talents.

Rooted in extensive early childhood research and Scandinavian-Nordic heritage, this pedagogy equips children with essential sense of mastery, skills, and a well-rounded outlook, enabling them to effectively navigate the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century.

“We are dedicated to developing lifelong learners with a global mindset and a heart for the world,” said Nahi Rahal, Regional Managing Director at Dibber. “Aligned with the UAE’s vision of fostering a top-tier education system, we strive to prepare today’s children for the future. Our nurseries provide a secure and empowering environment where everyone can flourish and become the best version of themselves,” Rahal added. ICA/Expat Media

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