Arabian Gulf University History
Arabian Gulf University is a located in Manama, in the Kingdom of Bahrain. In 1979, after the fourth meeting of the General Convention of Arab Education for the Gulf the concept of the university was established. It was established by six GCC Countries and Iraq in 1980. Entry into the university is restricted to GCC nationals, with other Arab nationals considered only if vacancies are available.
Arabian Gulf University Programs, Courses, and Schools
Arabian Gulf University provides a 6-year undergraduate medical program, leading to the M.D qualification. Graduate programs include a Diploma and Master of Science in Laboratory Medicine, Health Professions Education, Health Policy and Population Studies, also a Doctorate in Molecular Medicine Graduate Diploma Degree in Distance Teaching and Training. The College of Graduate Studies provides faculties such as the Faculty of Applied Science and the Faculty of Education.
Arabian Gulf University Campuses
Arabian Gulf University's campus is in Manama, the capital of Bahrain. It is situated within the Salmaniya Medical Complex, along with the College of Health Sciences and the Salmaniya Hospital. The University also hosts the French Arabian School of Management and Finance, the Sulaiman Al Habib Medical Group manage and also operates as the university's medical center.
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