Bahrain has the second highest currency in the World ( only second to Kuwait ) and it is among the world’s top 10 most economically free nations according to the annual Index of Economic Freedom, published by The Heritage Foundation and Wall Street Journal.
Bahrain is developing existing and high potential growth sectors, there needs to be better access to capital for businesses to thrive, better and fairer regulation, better trained personnel and more opportunities for businesses to serve the region from Bahrain. Due to its strategic location , right in between the Middle East , Bahrain enjoys east access to any of the neighboring high growth states like Qatar , Kuwait , Saudi , Abu Dhabi and Dubai. Bahrain has close partnership with the United States since the US Navy 5th Fleet has been stationed since 1971. The United States-Bahrain FTA, which entered into force on January 11, 2006, generates export opportunities for the United States, creating jobs for U.S. and Bahrain in either countries.. The agreement also supports Bahrain’s economic and political reforms and enhances commercial relations with an economic leader in the Arabian Gulf like Bahrain.
With such a strong political and economical background Bahrain is poised to be centre of all business activities in the Middle East and hence getting exposed to the Hospitality industry has become a key to successful career.
Bahrain Institute of Hospitality & Retail ( BIHR ) has been at the forefront of providing Hospitality management education since 1999 and has recently completed training and placement of 1870 Bahraini Nationals in the hospitality and retail sector.
BIHR enjoys close partnership with the Hospitality industry and with the presence of Hotel chains like Ritz Carlton , Marriot , Starwood , Accor , Intercontinental , Banyan Tree , Movenpick and Four Seasons ( 2013 ) , job placements has always been a the USP.
All our candidates are placed either for an On the Job Training and final placements in various hotels, giving them an international jumpstart into a successful Hospitality career.
Majority of the population of Bahrain is constituted of Indian national from various states and have been able to create a niche career growth for them from here on.
BIHR has proved to be a stepping stone for many for an international movement as far as employment is concerned or further education.
Why study Hospitality in Bahrain?
- International exposure
- Easy accessibility from Asian countries
- Better employment conditions
- Stepping stone for an international movement
- Tax free earning on employment
Bahrain Institute of Hospitality and Retail (BIHR)
All visas for Bahrain must be sponsored by an organization registered with the government. BIHR sponsors all student Visas and that is valid for 2 years only.
How is it obtained?
- Letter of admission offer is sent to candidate
- After agreement, the candidate’s visa is applied for. A copy of the passport and local security clearance is required for all students of all nationality.
- Once the visa is accepted, the student is intimidated and the candidate makes travel arrangement and payment of fees.
- Student arrives at the airport in Bahrain, where his passport is stamped for a 14 day VISA which is indicative of entering the country.
- BIHR will receive the student and instantly start processing the 2 year student VISA from there on.
|Room Rent||75 Dinar ( shared with student)|
|Calling Card||25 Dinar|
|Petrol||0.100 dinar per liter|
|Calling rate to India||0.015 dinar per minute|
|Pepsi/Coke/etc||0.150 dinar for a can|
|Milk||0.100 dinar for a 100 ml bottle|
|Bread loaf||0.200 dinar for a full loaf|
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