Bahrain Polytechnic are involved in the teaching, assessment, development and administration of a wide range of courses within the academic programmes of Bahrain Polytechnic which fall under:
- Master’s Programmes
- School of Business
- School of Logistics & Maritime
- School of Engineering
- School of Creative Media
- School of ICT
- School of Foundation
- Top-up Programme
- Continuing Education
- Junior College
- School of Apprenticeship
The Polytechnic uses a blended learning approach, including face-to-face classroom-based learning, online-supported delivery, project-based learning, job placement, internships, individual work, group work, and student-centred learning. An emphasis is placed on relevant practical projects in all years of the programmes.
Quality programmes are relevant and responsive to changing labour market needs in today’s high-technology society. Quality is assured at Bahrain Polytechnic by the policies and procedures that make up the Quality Management System, and through different levels of accreditation covering both the institution and its programmes.
The School of Business collaborates with various stakeholders- our students, staff, communities, industry and government to produce work-ready broad-based business graduates with specialist knowledge, technical and employability skills at the international forefront of business practice that meet the needs of Bahrain and the wider GCC region by providing a challenging learning environment for students through quality teaching, research, industry exposure, and guidance from specialized and experienced academics and industrial experts in various disciplines such as accounting, banking and finance, management, human resource management, marketing, digital marketing and financial technology.
The transport and logistics industry is one of the sectors seen as critical to Bahrain’s 2030 Economic Vision. This includes different modes, which, when joined together, are referred to as the global supply chain and are made of separate, yet interconnecting, industries. These industries include maritime, ports, aviation, road, rail, warehousing, and logisticsRead more
The aim of this programme is to provide students with a comprehensive set of skills for employment as engineering technologists, including theoretical and practical skills to solve engineering problems and design engineering systems; and skills necessary for effective communication, analysis, team work, documentation, and evaluation of systems through the inclusion of courses in English language, mathematics, project management, ethics, and social responsibility.Read more
At the School of Creative Media, we nurture talent and empower our students to become masters of their craft. Through our cutting-edge programs in Film and Animation, Visual Design, and Web Media, we ignite the spark of creativity within our students, transforming them into the next generation of groundbreaking artists, designers, and visionaries of the creative economy. Our dedicated faculty, comprised of experienced industry professionals and world-class academics, guide students on a transformative journey, equipping them with the knowledge and skills to thrive in the ever-evolving creative landscape. Through hands-on projects, collaborative learning environments, and access to cutting-edge technology, our students gain the expertise and confidence needed to make a lasting impact in their chosen fields. The School of Creative Media is at the forefront of creative innovation, where imagination knows no bounds and artistic expression takes centre stage.Read more
The School aims to develop work-ready, skilled ICT graduates, who have had exposure to a variety of technological tools and techniques. By focusing on problem-solving skills and concepts, it aims to produce graduates who can be flexible in the workplace and be ready to adapt in a fast moving industry. The School of ICT programmes are internationally accredited by the British Computer Society – The Chartered Institute for IT.Read more
The Foundation Programme prepares students for degree study. The programme offers a flexible, innovative programme designed to meet students’ goals and learning needs. Students are placed in courses according to their academic requirements, which will further develop their personal growth, technical skills, numeracy, and academic literacy.Read more
Top-up degrees are aimed at those who have successfully completed a Higher National Diploma (HND) or Diploma and want to study further and progress to the final year of our degree programs. Joining a top-up degree will allow you to build on your previous learning, gain credits and graduate with a full undergraduate degree.Read more
Graduates of the Junior College will be able to communicate effectively across different areas, apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills, and demonstrate ethical behavior in various work environments. They will also have the ability to use the appropriate technology, tools, and equipment in their respective field.Read more