Kuwait’s 2035 vision guarantees high education
Kuwait’s 2035 vision has made it simple and easy for all nationals to attain higher education degrees through Kuwait University, Public Authority for Applied Education and Training (PAAET), foreign scholarships and private universities. The State of Kuwait has allocated millions of dinars for the sake of constructing an integrated building in Al-Shedadiyah for Kuwait University in addition to another one for PAAET. Kuwait has also given permits for the establishment of nine private universities in the country. — KUNA
KUWAIT: Chief of General Staff of Kuwait’s Armed Forces Lieutenant General Mohammed Al-Khedr yesterday met with Director General for Nonproliferation and Nuclear Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea Ham Sang-wook. Issues of common interest, especially matters related to military aspects, were discussed, the Minister of Defense said in statement. — KUNA
KUWAIT: This file photo taken in 1966 shows the late Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Salem Al-Sabah speaking during the inauguration of Kuwait University. — KUNA photos
The new building of the Public Authority for Applied Education and Training (PAAET).
The Australian College of Kuwait’s school of aviation.
The American University of Kuwait.
Sabah Al-Salem University City in Al-Shedadiyah