Kuwait's Gulf University for Science and Technology Receives AACSB Accreditation

School is the second in the country to gain accreditation

Kuwait's Gulf University for Science and Technology has received AACSB accreditation, becoming the second business school in the country to do so.

Gulf University for Science and Technology offers an MBA program with classes delivered mainly in the evenings. The program can be completed in two years and offers concentrations in Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management, and Marketing.

The school is located in Hawally, which  is in the eastern part of the country, and is home to a thriving computer goods industry.

The other AACSB-accredited school in Kuwait is Kuwait University, which also offers an MBA program. 

Gulf University for Science and Technology joins a growing list of internationally-accredited business schools in the Middle East. Some 11 schools, including the University of Dubai, Tel Aviv University, and the American University of Beirut, also have accreditation from AACSB, AMBA, or EQUIS.

You can see a list of all AACSB-accredited business schools that offer MBA programs here.

Photo: Kuwait Towers_HDR by Cajetan Barretto / Flickr (cropped and rotated)

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