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Applied Science University (Bahrain)

Applied Science University
جامعة العلوم التطبيقية
Type Private
President Waheeb Ahmed Al-Khaja
Location Building 166 - Rd 23 - AlEkir 623, Sitra, Bahrain
Website www.asu.edu.bh
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The Applied Science University (ASU) in the Kingdom of Bahrain was one of the first private universities in the country to teach in both the Arabic and the English languages. Among the programs offered by the university are eleven undergraduate programs and seven postgraduate programs. The university has colleges of administrative sciences, law, and arts and sciences.[1]

External links

  • Applied Science University (Bahrain) website
  • Applied Science University (Bahrain) Calendar
  • Applied Science University (Bahrain) Student portal

References

  1. ^ 5 Applied Science University (ASU)

ASU Google Map

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