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Public Authority allows non-Kuwaiti students to enroll at own expense

The enrollment in colleges, institutes, and training courses at the Public Authority for Applied Education and Training will open next July.

Dr. Hassan Al-Fajjam, Director of the Public Authority for Applied Education and Training, announced the authority’s plan to allow non-Kuwaiti students to enroll in its colleges and institutes at their own expense, mirroring the University of Kuwait’s policy. He emphasized that this initiative is under review and likely to be approved soon.

In a press statement during a ceremony honoring graduates of the College of Nursing for the 2023-2024 batch, Al-Fajjam indicated that enrollment in the authority’s colleges, institutes, and training courses will open next July. He pointed out that the authority will convene to approve the original admission plan during the coming period.

Regarding the number of students accepted into the nursing major, Al-Fajjam stated, “The acceptance of students into the College of Nursing is proportionate to and compatible with the absorptive capacity.”

Regarding reopening enrollment for students to study at the Nursing Institute in coordination with the Patient Aid Fund, as was the case previously, Al-Fajjam said, “Until now, there is nothing in this regard,” stressing that the authority’s doors are open to any proposal that benefits the students.



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