About College

Gulf University was the first private university in the Kingdom of Bahrain that had an Engineering college which was established in 2003. Throughout the years, the college has continued to grow in the number of programs and students. Currently, the college has increased student numbers from nationalities and ethnicities. Due to this fact, the College of Engineering at Gulf University is considered excellent in terms of its vision and framework, as demonstrated by its three primary pillars in education, research, and community engagement.

According to the college action plan, the College of Engineering has endeavored to establish two new bachelor’s degree engineering programmes (Mechanical Engineering and Electrical & Electronic Engineering) in collaboration with the well-known University of Northampton, in the UK. Which were launched starting from the first semester of the academic year 2021-2022. In addition to the existing Interior Design Engineering programme. These programmes are provided with the required modern stimulating learning environments such as laboratories, workshop and studios that help the students to improve their practice skills, which are important for the practical engineering courses. The college encourages its students to take advantage of all services and other facilities available at Gulf University. As a result, the students will gain skills required for the Bahraini labour market since this will assist them in acquiring the necessary skills and making it a major part of Bahrain’s knowledge-based economy. Finally, the College has a distinguished academic faculty staff in terms of diversity and background in the academic experience. However, it is important that all staff at the College, whether academic or administrative staff, feel a sense of contribution through their work and involvement.