Khalifa University offers a challenging and rewarding experience where students will develop new skills while working on real-world problems under the mentorship of internationally recognized faculty and alongside of a diverse group of students.
We bring together the best in science, engineering and medicine in the UAE, to offer specialized degrees that can take promising high school graduates all the way to top-rated doctorate degree holders.
Our student-to-faculty ratio is 9:1 and our average class size is 15, which allows students to learn and engage with each other in a close-knit setting with one-on-one attention.
We are proud to provide our students with a more personalized approach to our educational and extracurricular offerings.
KU’s BSc, MSc and PhD programs are designed to equip graduates with the necessary skills and knowledge that are highly sought-after in today’s job market.
Work directly with KU’s international faculty members, who have extensive research pedigrees and years of teaching experience in some of the world’s leading universities, on real-world research problems.
Create your own learning opportunities through student-centered research projects. Read about our latest research news here.
Join the KU student council and over 15 other student clubs where you can inspire change.
Khalifa University is located in the world’s safest city – Abu Dhabi.
In 2021, global data website Numbeo’s Quality of Life Index 2021 ranked Abu Dhabi the safest city in the world.
Khalifa University prides itself on its inclusive, multicultural campus and welcomes international students. KU is a truly international university – with students hailing from 53 different countries and faculty from over 40.
Studying at KU means learning research with real-world applications.
Students at KU benefit from the university’s active relationships and strategic partnerships with international universities, industry and government organizations. Through these partnerships, KU students can explore student exchange opportunities, internships and joint research programs.