In its steady progress towards international recognition, KIC’s Bachelor in Information Technology program has received international recognition by achieving the Initial CITP accreditation from the British Computer Society, the Chartered Institute for IT. All BIT students graduating from KIC in 2017 and afterwards will be recognized as professional members of the BCS.

This prestigious recognition, puts our students at the front of the job market and gives them a well-earned international recognition.


Over the years, we have formed mutually beneficial affiliations with various international and local universities with the view of helping our students continue their higher studies at any of their institutions. Our affiliated universities are based in UK, Australia, USA, Canada, UAE, Jordan, Tunisia, Lebanon, Pakistan and Malaysia…etc

We have carefully and prudently chosen our affiliations based on the university’s reputation, standards and their willingness to allow our students smooth course transfer.


Local Universities:


Abu Dhabi University


Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University in Dubai


British University in Dubai


University of Dubai


Al Ain University of Science and Technology


Skyline College in Sharjah


Al Dar University College in Dubai


International Universities:


Middle East:



Buraimi University College in Oman


Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) in UK

Al-Ahliyya Amman University in Jordan


Leeds Metropolitan University in UK

Business and Computer University in Lebanon


University of Massachusetts Lowell in USA with Arab Media Services

Private University of Tunisia (PUT) in Tunisia


City of Glasgow College in UK

October 6 University in Egypt


University of Pisa in Italy

Jeddah International College in KSA


North America Continent:



Lambton College in Canada


Edith Cowan University (ECU)

Plattsburgh State University of New York in USA


Griffith University

University College of Fraser Valley in Canada


University of Southern Australia


Asia Continent:

Bahria University in Pakistan