Western Sydney University has allocated eight seats in human medicine major yearly to Kuwaiti students, head of the Kuwait Cultural Office in Australia Dr. Fahaad Al-Ajmi announced Wednesday.
Al-Ajmi met with the university president Barney Glover and other officials where they signed the agreement to assign eight seats for Kuwaiti students staring from this year until five years, the office said in a statement.
Al-Ajmi praised the partnership between the cultural office and the university especially that this number of students is unprecedented compared with foreign students.
For his part, Glover expressed happiness for the strengthening of relations between the office and the university, expressing the university's keenness to support the Kuwaiti students' career while they are pursuing their education there.
Western Sydney University, is an Australian multi-campus university. It was founded in 1989, and is currently ranked among the top 400 in the world in the 2014 QS World University Rankings and 19th in Australia in 2015.