Student Life

Generic info of life in GCC

The Gulf Cooperation Council or GCC is a regional intergovernmental political and economic union consisting all the Arab states in the Gulf- Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. GCC countries are the home of not just Arabs but also a haven of a large number of expatriates from all over the world.

The Swiss School of Management had partnered with the American Global Consulting to promote and accept registrations of qualified graduates to pursue MBA Degree wherever you are in the region. You can finish higher education while you pursue your career wherever you are in the GCC region.

Sudan on the other hand is the third largest country in Africa and also the third largest country in the Arab world. AGC is also a licensed provider of your dream MBA. With its quality instructions from Europe, you can pursue higher education without leaving your beloved country and while working because we bring the program to Sudan.


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Why choose GCC:

A considerable number of universities in the GCC welcome a large population of international students every year. Most international students come from North America and Europe, and enter programs to study public health, political science, public policy, and medicine.

Many international students who pursue undergraduate studies in the GCC even return to the region for their postgraduate studies. International universities in the GCC consist of a diverse student body with different cultures and nationalities. Cities such as Manama, Doha, and Riyadh even have a higher concentration of international students than local students.Other countries, such as Oman and Kuwait, also attract thousands of international students every year. Students mainly choose to study abroad in the GCC because the program offerings are competitive and match their academic needs. However, many students also choose the GCC because they’re genuinely interested in the Middle Eastern culture, economy, history, and politics.

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