Relocate to Kuwait
Living in Kuwait
Kuwait is a very small country and more than half of its population is made up of immigrants. Most of these immigrants belong to India, Egypt, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and the Philippines.
People of Kuwait enjoy poetry, theater, and modern arts.
Kuwait is the fourth richest country, and its currency, the Kuwaiti Dinar is the highest-valued unit of currency in the world.
The main source of earning of the country is through export of petroleum.
Being a tax-free country, Kuwait highly depends on the petroleum business. This Asian country also provides financial services to many countries across the globe.
Buying or Renting Property in Kuwait
There is a rise in new constructions across the major cities in Kuwait.
As there are a lot of people coming into this country from across the world, the homes are being built keeping in mind the comfort and requirements of these expats. All buildings in Kuwait have an appointed manager who will help you take care of your household chores.
The summers in Kuwait might be hot, but it still does not stop the locals from spending some time at the beach.
Visa and Immigration
Schools in Kuwait
Kuwait is constantly striving to improve its educational facilities and is allocating more funds to the education system each passing year.
The literacy rate of this country is 96%.
The schooling years in Kuwait include four stages – Kindergarten (2 years), primary (5 years), intermediate (4 years) and secondary (3 years).
All these four stages, as well as higher education in Kuwait, are free for its citizens. There are both public and private schools in Kuwait.
Many of these private schools are directed towards expats and they teach the UK or US curriculum.
The language of instruction in these schools is English, unlike the public schools that teach in Arabic.
Weather in Kuwait
Due to its location, there is a considerable difference in the summer and winter temperatures in Kuwait.
The summer in this country is very long and there are frequent dust storms in the months of March and April.
From mid-August, the air in Kuwait becomes more humid and in September and October, Kuwait experiences a few thunderstorms.
Thanks to the rainfall, the temperature in these months stay moderate.
The weather starts getting cold in the months of December, January, and February. However, the day temperature during these winter months does not drop below 15 °C.
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