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Dubai Palm area 'French but not French' school

Discussion in 'Teaching overseas' started by schatzlein, Mar 25, 2012.

  1. Im not very good at thinking of smart ways of describing schools without naming them. School in question is expanding it's 2nd level school. Relativity new but part of a chain. Any thoughts? Package seems decent, I wonder what the conditions and expectations are like. Student fees seem to be on the high side. Thanks for any advice you could offer
  2. stopwatch

    stopwatch Established commenter

    Bit too cryptic for me. L'Ecole Francais mais pas Francais
    I realise that is probably off the mark from a French translation, but still doesn't make it any clearer to me.
  3. Nope not cryptic, just a bit silly. Am really not good at these posts. School isnt French but has bac in it's name and is in the same area as the palm? Wish you could just name schools!
  4. It may be the international baccalaureate they are refering to...just a thought

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