Abu Dhabi has launched a program asking all the talented professionals, students, and investors to settle down with their families in the UAE capital.
Called Thrive in Abu Dhabi, the activity looks to create key areas, for example, culture, medical care, innovative work (R&D), and land.
It offers long-term visas that may change to the coveted UAE citizenship for skilled expatriates in a safe, welcoming, and strong climate while adding to Abu Dhabi.s economical turn of events.
“Creative talent are encouraged to be part of a global arts and culture hub, join the emirate’s dynamic media and the entertainment industry, or support the development of our understanding of the past among fellow academics, conservators and archaeologists,” an official release stated.
“The creative visa builds on the five-year Culture Sector Strategy for Abu Dhabi, unveiled in November 2019 by the Department of Culture and Tourism, which covers five strategic objectives: preserve and sustain its cultural heritage; increase awareness of, and engagement with, cultural heritage and the arts; stimulate creativity as a driver for education and social change; build and enable capacity in its culture sector; contribute to economic growth and diversification.”
Abu Dhabi has a booming cultural and creative sector with bold global credentials. They contain world-class museums, art centers, art fairs, music concerts, and a grassroots artistic community.
The Capital also enhances the Louvre Abu Dhabi, MAnarat Al Saadiyat, Warehouse241, Abu Dhabi Art annual fair, Qasr Al Hosn, and Cultural foundation and the upcoming Zayed National Museum and Guggenheim – not to provide international educational institutions helping students to shine in creative activities like NYU Abu
Dhabi (NYUAD), Sorbonne Abu Dhabi, Berkley College, and CNN Academy.
Students mainly have chances galore. Those studying a Ph.D. or having the promising scientific ability at either high school or university level, can increase their horizons and make sure that the great career paths by studying at one of a bunch of top-class academic institutions in Abu Dhabi such as NYUAD, Sorbonne Abu Dhabi, and Khalifa University.
Students can also learn the expertise of the future, containing in specialist areas like artificial intelligence (AI), at the new Mohamed bin Zayed University for Artificial Intelligence, or coding at 42 Abu Dhabi.
They can take part in developing research in areas connected to Covid-19 and farm technology at UAE University, or aim at tolerance and coincidence at the world’s first university focusing on the human profession, the Mohamed bin Zayed University for Humanities.
Flourish in Abu Dhabi likewise welcomes trailblazers to transform their thoughts into the real world — with admittance to financing and motivators — as a feature of a powerful R&D environment that is spearheading new innovations to address the worldwide difficulties of things to come, from water security to food innovation.
As a component of Abu Dhabi’s quickening agent program, Ghadan 21, the Department of Education and Knowledge has dispatched scholastic exploration awards to grant Dh40 million in serious examination financing to help R&D.
Details about the program — including the long-term visas and paths to citizenship — can be found at https://tamm.abudhabi/en/Golden-Visa or by calling 02-6664442 (outside UAE) or 800 555 (within UAE).