Kuwait, is an Arab country in Western Asia. It is situated in the northeastern edge of the tip of the Persian Gulf and shares its borders with Iraq to the north and Saudi Arabia to the south.
There are now 17 colleges at the university, and female students are integrated.
The currency of Kuwait is the Kuwaiti Dinar.
Kuwait is one of the leading distributors of natural petroleum and oil because of its abundant oil reserves in the Kuwaiti deserts.
Notwithstanding being a Muslim nation, Kuwait is fast attracting more and more students.
Kuwait is one of the smallest countries in the world. In defiance of the the small size, it is the region’s top producer of patented innovations, due to some research institutions like Kuwait University.
There are four state-supported colleges and universities in Kuwait
2018 Kuwaiti University Ranking
Kuwait University (KU) Kuwait City
Gulf University for Science and Technology Mishref
American University of Kuwait Kuwait City
Australian College of Kuwait Kuwait City
If you want to study a graduate program in Kuwait, you’ll need to apply for a student visa well in advance of travelling to the country. In order to get your visa, you’ll need to demonstrate the following:
- You have a confirmed place on a course at a recognised education institution
- You have paid all relevant visa fees
- You have enough funds to cover your stay in Kuwait
- A covering letter from your sponsor explaining the course
Please note: International students need to be aware that you are unable to work in Kuwait as part of the terms of your student visa.
Rent per month:
- One bedroom apartment (city centre) – 250KWD (USD$900)
- One bedroom apartment (outside city centre) – 180KWD (USD$640)
- Three bedroom apartment (city centre) –540KWD (USD$1,900)
- Three bedroom apartment (outside city centre) –420KWD (USD$1,500)