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Dual Enrollment

An innovative program for high achievers.

Through Dual Enrollment, 166su hopes to offer the opportunity for academically talented high school seniors to earn college credit in advance of university study. These credits may give students a head-start at their future university of choice, and may also be used as credit towards high school graduation, depending on the agreement between 166su and the high school.

Students in our Dual Enrollment program will have the chance to experience college life ahead of their peers, giving them an advantage as they begin to decide which university is right for them. They will take classes with other university students, and have access to campus services and facilities that are available to all 166su students. Credits earned may also give students a head start at 166su or their university of choice once they complete high school. Students will be challenged in the classroom but will ultimately be better prepared for collegiate coursework after their experience with us.

 

 

The Student Experience

Our pioneering parnter school, American Baccalaureate School, Kuwait

Watch testimonials from two students from our partner school, American Baccalaureate School (ABS).

How To Partner With Us

We welcome high school counselors or representatives to get in touch with us to further discuss the partnering process. 

Students interested in Dual Enrollment should have their high school counselor contact 166su to schedule a meeting with the Associate VP for Enrollment. Once a memorandum of understanding exists between 166su and the high school, students can apply for admission through the admissions office.

To get started, email admissions@aiu.edu.kw or call 22262500.

Program Expectations

Students will be allowed to register for a maximum of seven (7) credit hours per semester from a pre-selected list of general education courses. These courses are specifically selected as they are most likely to be necessary in almost any university program of study.

Students are required to follow all 166su policies and procedures, including but not limited to attendance, textbooks, conduct, etc. as well as to abide by all academic regulations found in the 166su Undergraduate Catalog.

Students coming from high schools where the language of instruction is not English will be required to take a language placement test upon application. Students must be degree-level proficient in English to be accepted into the program. Students who intend to take certain courses in mathematics and science will also be required to take a math placement test. Students must be degree-level ready for the mathematics and/or science course they intend to take.

Tuition Costs for Dual Enrollment Students

Academic Year 2024-2025

Tuition and Fees

 Amount (KD)

Comments 

Application Fee - Waived
English and Math Placement Test Per Exam, if needed
Registration Fee
All Majors / Programs 

450

Per Semester non- refundable and adjusted towards tuition
Non-Engineering Programs 120 Per Credit Hour
Engineering Programs 130 Per Credit Hour
Student Services Fee 95 Per Semester

 

Other Fees

 Amount (KD)

Comments 

To Whom It May Concern  2 Per Request
Official Transcript                                              5 Per Request
Replacement Student ID Card 5 Per Request
Late Registration 5 Per Request

Notes:

All fees are waived for students from American Baccalaureate School (ABS).

The University reserves the right to increase or modify tuition and fees upon approval by the Private Universities Council-Ministry of Higher Education and the University Board of Trustees.

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