Why Study in Bahrain?
Bahrain has a rich cultural history they can be traced back to 2000 B.C, with two historic UNESCO World Heritage sites, and the iconic Manama market which houses some of the first goldsmith and pearl shops in the country. Bahrain is considered one of the healthiest countries in the Gulf with one of the most advanced healthcare systems in the region.
All students regardless of colour, race, religion, physical or learning disability have the right to the best education Universities can provide. Universities work hard to ensure that all our students are treated equally and with respect.
Student are provided with a comfortable environment to develop vibrant personalities, create leaders, dynamic decision-makers, independent thinkers and community-conscious individuals. Bahrain main objective is on academic excellence and personal development.
A WELCOMING AND TOLERANT SOCIETY
Bahrain’s 4,000+ year old history as a commercial crossroads has created a legacy of diversity and acceptance. Bahrain boasts a multi-faith society that sees Buddhist temples, Christian churches, Jewish synagogues and Muslim mosques sitting side-by-side for years. Based on the 2019 InterNations Expat Survey, more than double the global average of expats think it’s not at all difficult to settle down in Bahrain and well over double the global average say it is very easy to make local friends here.
Bahrain is a true multicultural nation and has the reputation of being the most liberal country in the region. As a legacy of the British presence, the English language is the most common language spoken in the Kingdom after Arabic. Along its fast modernization, the country is very attached to its tradition and its national treasures (archaeological digs and forts).
Undergraduate courses: You must show evidence of a minimum level of English Language Proficiency, IELTS overall band score of 5.5, programmes which require Mathematics proficiency where applicants should have a minimum average score of 60% in mathematics subjects in grade 12. Some programmes may also require applicants to take an interview and/or submit additional documentation or portfolios.
Postgraduate courses: Applicants must have a bachelor degree with a GPA of 2.3, or equivalent qualifications with good academic standing in the same specialized field or other areas related to the current programme of studies. The applicant who has a university degree in a relevant field with less than GPA of 2.3 may have to complete prerequisite courses assigned by the relevant department. Some programmes may also require applicants to take an interview and/or submit additional documentation or portfolios.
University intakes: January, May & September
Tuition fees (yearly): BHD 4800 to BHD 6000
Cost of living (yearly): BHD 2500 to BHD 3600
Study-Work Permit: N/A
Post-Study-Work Permit: N/A