Emirates Financial Towers in Dubai International Financial Centre

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  • Emirates Financial Towers is a multi-building complex in Dubai International Financial Centre, Dubai.
  • The development comprises two individual buildings: Emirates Financial Tower 1 and Emirates Financial Tower 2.

Emirates Financial Towers is a commercial twin-tower in Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC). The twin tower has 27 storeys above the ground which connected with a glass sky bridge on the 16th floor. Its buildings named North Tower and South Tower. There an area of 658,030 sq. ft. for Grade A offices,  97,000 sq. ft. dedicated for retail spaces. 

Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) is a major international financial hub located close to Business Bay and Downtown Dubai. The community has high-end retail options, gourmet restaurants and art galleries and several commercial facilities. It is a leading financial centre that is ideal for frequent commuters and those who love to live in a buzzing area. The community is also one of the best areas in Dubai for public transport. 


Emirates Financial Towers has many schools nearby, including Citizens School (1.1 km) and Jumeira Baccalaureate School (2.1 km).

In terms of performance, there seven schools in the area that have achieved either the two highest government inspection ratings of. ‘Very Good’ or ‘Outstanding’, including Horizon English. School Dubai, which rated ‘Outstanding’, and Jumeirah. English Speaking School, which also has . “Excellent” rating.

Citizens School

The concept of 21st century skills, referred to in Finland as “future skills”, widely discussed and accepted to describe the future sets of skills and competences that our global society requires from its citizens. These skills and discussions of 21st century skills have debated in the context of early childhood education for the past two decades – and for good reason. As the New Sociology of Childhood shows: Children are members of society who build their agency towards active learning through participation and involvement in everyday life and the environment.

21st century skills often referred to as collaboration, critical thinking, creativity and communication. Children will begin to develop these basic skills that will help them reason, solve problems, think creatively, innovate and collaborate not only today, but also in the future. But these future skills don’t just appear in K-12 education or college. Early experiences have a major impact on the development of brain flexibility and resilience, experienced self-competence and motivation. They also called learning to learn skills.

Through play, children explore their knowledge in practical and tactile ways, develop motivation through personal and shared interests, and build resilience through problem-solving tasks and inquiries.

By observing children at play, teachers are able to offer relevant materials and support to help children develop their creative minds and skills.

In inquiry-based learning and a phenomenon-based approach, children interact with real-world concepts and challenges. Learning organized as projects and children develop their understanding and design skills holistically.

During play and playful learning, children have the opportunity to dream and imagine their own future. They create innovations and further develop them through various aspects of the game. Playful learning tasks and child-centered play are part of everyday learning in FinlandWay® schools.

JSS Private School LLC

Jagadguru Sri Shivarathreeshwara Mahavidyapeetha (JSS MVP) a formidable educational movement towards a better world dedicated to the development of literature, education and human culture. It is a trust that some also call a socio-cultural institution that has established more than 300 institutes worldwide.
JSS Private School and JSS International School in Dubai are part of JSS MVP. Their institutes provide high quality academic services, various sports and cultural opportunities and excellent lifestyle with excellent infrastructure. In short, trust contributes and positively serves the world.

JSS Private School has hired the most talented, professional, organized and highly qualified teachers from around the world. Students look to them as role models to outline their future.
JSS Private School adopted the curriculum according to the National Curriculum Framework (NCF 2005). They teach the CBSE Curriculum and their curriculum expectations met through seven learning areas which are:

Physical development
Expressive art and design
Understanding the world
Language and communication
Emotional and social development
From Kindergarten through 12th grade, they provide a personalized learning approach, the best possible kind of education that successfully enables students to acquire 21st century competencies. In addition, JSS PS revised and reviewed its curriculum regarding assessment strategies, teaching strategies and content for effective curriculum delivery. You need to go through their syllabus design to make a wise decision.

Japanese School Dubai

The Dubai Japanese School or the Japanese School of Dubai is a Japanese school with educational programs located in the Al Wasl area of ​​Dubai. The Northern Association of the Japanese Community established the school in 1980. The school is located near Jumeira Beach. The pink-colored building is adjacent to the Modern High School campus.
Adults, especially educators and teachers, are important and integral to the learning process. Teachers guide children and adjust the environment to support the learning process. It is especially important that they verbalize their thinking and name the concepts that children communicate with. In this way, they support the development of conceptual understanding and vocabulary.

Peer interactions are another important learning context. When children engage in peer play, they observe others and imitate or build on what they observe. It is important to see early years learning as a collaborative activity. Therefore, teachers in the Finnish education system never assess individual children outside the context of their learning and social environment. Through learning and interacting with peers, children explore, compare, value and develop their understanding. Learning is not just memorization but meaningful meaning making.

Social and emotional skills an important part of early learning and in the Finnish early childhood education system these skills not separated from academic competences.

For example, children learn self-regulation and resilience as they play rule-based games and further develop building projects and games. Children need problem-solving opportunities in peer interactions and negotiation situations to learn perspective and empathy.


Explore communities that are adjacent or close to Emirates Financial Towers.

La Mer by Meraas (3.0 km)

Bur Dubai (5.3 km)

City Walk (1.4 km)


From Emirates Financial Towers it takes roughly 10 minutes to drive to Dubai Mall, 24 minutes to Palm Jumeirah, 23 minutes to Burj Al Arab and 28 minutes to The Walk JBR.*

Airport proximity

Dubai International Airport (DXB) is roughly 16 minutes’ drive and the new Al Maktoum International Airport is roughly 50 minutes’ drive.*

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