Study in Bahrain
The Kingdom of Bahrain is located in the Middle East's Persian Gulf to the east of Saudi Arabia. With a population of just over 1.3 million people with almost 50 % of expatriates. Bahrain may be small, but it is also the fourth most densely populated sovereign state in the world. It has also emerged as the fastest growing economy in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).
Bahrain is a warm and friendly country known for its cosmopolitanism, excellent quality of life and religious tolerance. For the last 02 years, it has been voted the best place to live in the world for expatriates. This is the result of the annual InterNations Survey, which collected data from more than 18,000 expatriates living in 178 countries.
The survey covers everything from the standards and cost of education, cost of living, to family life, personal happiness, career prospects and satisfaction, as well as perceptions of safety, security and political stability. The Kingdom scored particularly high the "Feeling at Home" and "Ease of Settling in" index which reflects the high quality of life on offer and the incredibly welcoming environment.
THE PERFECT BALANCE BETWEEN OLD & NEW
Bahrain is an ever-evolving mix of old and new: a modern, forward-thinking Gulf State with a fascinating history stretching back over 5,000 years. Manama, the capital of Bahrain, gives you a taste of both sides of this complex nation. With everything from dazzling skyscrapers and a bustling business scene to fine centuries-old examples of Islamic art, culture and architecture.
In a nutshell, Bahrain has it all.
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