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College of Engineering and Design

College of Engineering and Design

The College of Engineering and Design is committed to delivering a top-notch education in architecture engineering, civil and environmental engineering, and interior design. Our programs blend academic theory with hands-on practical training to prepare graduates for successful careers in engineering and design and equip them with the skills to make valuable contributions to the development of the region and its communities.

Our faculty members are experts in their fields, and our state-of-the-art facilities provide students with the latest technologies and tools to support their learning. We strive to provide a stimulating and supportive learning environment that fosters creativity, critical thinking, and innovation, and prepares our graduates to make a positive impact in the world.

Architectural Engineering & Design
Dr. Ashraf Mohammed Soliman

Deans Message

I would like to welcome you to the official website of the College of Engineering and Design. The College academic staff and educational environment support the student-centered approach in education. Within the main motto of Kingdom University in dealing with our valuable students (Nurture, Incubate, Cultivate, Educate) or NICE, the College deals with each student as a continuous improvement challenging project. We believe in how it is important to Nurture our students through continuous academic advising, guidance, and support; Incubate their individual potentialities and innovative ideas; Cultivate their personalities and strength integrating research and extra-curricular activities in our academic programs; Educate them through well-structured and globalized academic programs.

Dean of College of Engineering and Design
Dr. Ashraf Soliman

College Vision and Mission

College Vision

The College of Engineering and Design envisions becoming a renowned hub offering quality higher education informed by research that contributes to developing graduates who are equipped with the relevant professional knowledge, skills, and competencies to contribute significantly to local and regional development of a creative and sustainable built environment which assists in the achievement of the Bahrain economy 2030 vision.

College Mission

The College of Engineering and Design is committed to providing students with Architectural and Design quality education through inspiring teaching based on contemporary research, and professional and community engagement activities that motivate the students to acquire experience integrated with knowledge, theories, and practices and enabling them to become confident qualified graduates who can contribute creatively to current and emerging trends in their discipline.

The Department of Architectural Engineering in Kingdom University focuses on linking modern academic studies with practical application through a wide variety of activities that prepare students to meet the needs and aspirations of the community and the labor market in the Gulf region and around the world. Our department promotes the development of the student’s professional skills and builds his/her professional character to enable them to compete fairly in their careers.

In a rapidly globalized and technocentric environment, the core subject of Architectural Design demands interdisciplinary knowledge, multiple sets of skills and a process of decision-making. In the Department of Architectural Engineering, we believe that every student possesses the skill of imagination and creativity in a unique combination and is entitled to self-development and realizing one’s potential. As part of our education, we foster our students to become ethical professionals who care for the community and the environment.

The excellence of Architectural Engineering graduates is demonstrated in their access to good employment following graduation, whether in the private sector in engineering and consultancy firms or in the public sector, as part of Ministries, Municipalities, and other similar agencies. The architectural engineering department keeps track of alumni as well as improving its benchmarking against local and international provision and professional body requirements to continually track the latest developments within the curriculum.

The department of interior design at Kingdom University aims to provide distinctive learning of space design engineering through an updated academic program offered in the College of Engineering and design.  The department attracts imaginative students from varied study backgrounds, ages, gender, and nationalities to develop their knowledge, skills, and attributes transform them into professional innovators in the interior design of built environments.

Recently, The Interior Design Program has been reviewed through quality standard procedures including an extensive benchmarking against local, regional, and international similar programs and accreditation standards. That lead to developing a significantly revised program (2020-2021), which has been aligned with the professional standards of The Society of British & International Interior Design (SBID) and professional Standards of Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA) in the USA and reviewed and commented upon favorably by professors from the wide world. The Revised Programme is offered from January 2021.

The Interior Design curriculum is well organized to provide academic progression year on year and course by course and balance the number of courses and credits evenly over the program to provide a suitable workload for students.  Students learn in a stimulating studio-based educational environment.  Students are taught, learn, and work collaboratively to gain the design experiences of several types of interior environments. In the design studios, the students are supported to gain theoretical, historical, and technical knowledge and practice in a teamwork environment in which the students also cultivate their oral, written, and visual communication skills. The program is delivered to the learners among interactive learning strategies, such as Design stimulation, Problem-solving and creativity, Research and lifelong learning, Work-based learning, Flipped learning activity, Competitions. and extra-curricular activities.

The breadth and depth of the 142 credits curriculum structure ensure efficient delivery of the following fields:

  • Interior design
  • Scenography/ Furniture/ Adaptive Design Engineering,
  • Construction and Materials application in interior design
  • Computer-aided drafting and design
  • Human Factors and society need.
  • Environmental Sustainability, smart and green design
  • History and theory of architecture, art, and Design
  • Design Professional Practice, and Management
  • Visual, verbal, and written communications.

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) at Kingdom University was established in line with the future vision of the Kingdom of Bahrain, where Civil and Environmental Engineering plays a pivotal role in the provision of basic infrastructures necessary to support the development and maintenance of countries considering the social, economical and environmental factors in the Bahraini and GCC society.

As the fact that undergraduate education prepares students to become productive professionals in the engineering field with a unique combination of professionalism and creativity as well as their right to self-development and potential realization. The CEE department aims to produce engineers who critically recognise the scope and fundamental practices of Civil and Environmental Engineering particularly the advanced skills of planning, design, formulating engineering and environmental solutions, and decision making along with the professional engineering ethics.

These skills are developed in the context of a consolidated curriculum which is designed in alignment with international accreditation standards ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology) to enable our graduates to stand and succeed in the global engineering marketplace. Our dynamic CEE Program allows our students to select one of four tracks: Structures, Water resources and environmental management, Transportation and remote sensing and Construction engineering and management. This will support our students to plan a variety of possible subject combinations to tailor their individual education.

College Graduates Attributes

The college of Engineering and Design seeks certain attributes in all its graduates that are an important part of the academic framework within which the programs are situated. It aspires to produce a graduate who is:

  • G1. Pragmatic: Applying in-depth knowledge and understanding of theoretical aspects of the discipline
  • G2. Lifelong learner: Aware of contemporary global challenges and emerging trends, and able to update knowledge and assimilate knowledge and skills.
  • G3. Effective communicator: Communicating and justifying ideas and proposals effectively through various methods and media.
  • G4. Creative Designer: Responding to human, societal, cultural, and environmental needs with design ideas and solutions.
  • G5. Critical thinker and Problem Solver: With proper organizational skills.
  • G6. Leader: Working effectively in a multidisciplinary team, managing and leading a team, making professional and ethical decisions.
  • G7. Entrepreneur: Demonstrating skills and motivation to contribute effectively to Bahrain’s economic prosperity.

College Academic Programs

Bachelor in Architectural Engineering

Students in the five-year Bachelor in Architectural Engineering program are exposed to a combination of art, science, and technology. The curriculum is also responding to diversified global markets, national aspirations towards Vision 2030 & beyond. In maintaining our identity, the program was benchmarked and reviewed to reflect the standards for the National Qualification Framework (NQF) of Kingdom of Bahrain, the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) of United Kingdom. Graduates of the program will be eligible to join the Bahrain Society of Engineers on completion of the program.

Our pedagogical approach integrates design studio with communication and computer skilled courses, technological and engineering courses, environmental science courses, history and theory courses, urban design and landscape courses, and professional practice and management courses. Our program also provides students with the opportunity to engage in a 300hour industrial internship and expose them to potential career paths in the future. The design studios are structured in a way to gradually develop and reveal each person’s potential and ability. At the basic level of design courses, we emphasize hands-on activities and practical experience related to design, while at the advanced level, students will participate in research-based design approaches with a particular emphasis on developing skills of innovation, creativity, and critical thinking related to the built environment.

Credits

179 Hours

Duration

5 Years

Language

English

Delivery Mode

On Campus

Attendance Mode

Full Time
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Bachelor in Interior Design

The program of Bachelor in interior design at Kingdom University attracts imaginative students from varied study backgrounds, ages, gender, and nationalities to develop their knowledge, multi-disciplinary design skills, and attributes. program teaching and learning transform the students into professional innovators in the Interior Design of built environments with a focus on one of the three sub-specializations of Scenography Design, Furniture Design, and Adaptive Design, taking into consideration the local, regional, and global contexts.

The program offers three options of Career Path for the Graduates through career focus electives courses, Internship course, and Graduation Project Courses. The program introduces an integrated design approach of the interior space as a holistic environment composed of physical space, along with the people and the surrounding furniture, objects, activities & interactions within this space, considering cultural and psychological factors.

Credits

142 Hours

Duration

4 Years

Language

English

Delivery Mode

On Campus

Attendance Mode

Full Time
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BSc in Civil and Environmental Engineering

Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) requires interdisciplinary knowledge, multiple sets of skills, and a decision-making process in a rapidly globalizing and technocentric environment. In the department of civil and environmental engineering, we believe the fact that undergraduate education prepares students to become productive professionals in the engineering field with a unique combination of professionalism and creativity, as well as their right to self-development and potential realization.

The B.Sc. in CEE program aims to produce qualified graduates who will have the knowledge and skills necessary to serve the needs of design and site engineers in public and private construction sectors. After completing CEE program, our graduates will be able to apply for the membership of the Bahrain Society of Engineers and highly qualified to join postgraduates’ study in relevant field of the program.

Credits

138 Hours

Duration

4 Years

Language

English

Delivery Mode

On Campus

Attendance Mode

Full Time
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Faculty Staff

Dr. Ashraf Mohammed Soliman
College Dean

Dr. Ashraf Mohammed Soliman

Associate Professor

Education:

  • PhD. of Architectural Engineering, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia, 2003.
  • MSc. Of Architecture and urban design, Minia University, Egypt, 1998.
  • BSc. of Architectural Engineering, Minia University, Egypt, 1994.

 

Professional Background:

  • 2021 – Present: Dean of the college of Architecture Engineering and Design.
  • 2019 – 2019: Acting Vice President for Administrative Affairs.
  • 2016 – 2018: Chairman of Interior Design Department, College of Architecture Engineering and Design, Kingdom University, Kingdom of Bahrain.
  • 2018 – 2019: Head of Industrial Training, Alumni and Career Guidance Unit.
  • 2015 – 2018: Staff Development Officer, Kingdom University, Kingdom of Bahrain.
  • 2011 – 2014: Chairman of Interior Design Department, College of Architecture Engineering and Design, Kingdom University, Kingdom of Bahrain.
  • 2003 – 2011: Assistant professor, Architectural Department Faculty of Engineering, Minia University, Egypt.
  • 1998 – 2003: Lecturer, Architectural Department Faculty of Engineering, Minia University, Egypt.
  • 1994 – 1998: Assistant Lecturer, Architectural Department Faculty of Engineering, Minia University, Egypt.

 

Areas of Research Interest

  • Sustainable Built Environment including building durability, energy efficiency in the buildings, and zero built environment.
  • Ecological Urban System.
  • Socio-alive architecture.
  • Compatible Building Envelop to the environment.
  • Developing the urban planning of cities and enhancing the campus plans.

Research and Publications

Dr. Sherif Mohamed El-Wageeh
Chairperson of Interior Design Department

Dr. Sherif Mohamed El-Wageeh

Assistant Professor

Education:

  • PhD. in Urban Design, Cairo University, Faculty of Engineering, Architectural Engineering Dept, 2006.
  • MSc. in Urban Design, Cairo University, Faculty of Engineering, Architectural Engineering Dept, 2001.
  • BSc. in Architectural Engineering, Cairo University, Faculty of Engineering, 1996.

 

Professional Background:

  • 2019 – Present: Dean, College of Architectural Engineering and Design, Kingdom University, Bahrain. & Project Manager, Kingdom University, Kingdom University, Bahrain.
  • 2018 – 2019: Acting Dean, College of Architectural Engineering and Design, Kingdom University, Bahrain.
  • 2015 – 2018: Chairman of the Department of Architectural Engineering, College of Architectural Engineering and Design, Kingdom University, Bahrain. (2nd cycle).
  • 2014 – 2015: Assistant Professor, College of Architecture Engineering and Design, Department of Architecture Engineering, Kingdom University, Bahrain.
  • 2010 – 2014: Chairman of the Department of Architecture Engineering, College of Architecture Engineering and Design, Kingdom University, Bahrain.
  • 2007: Assistant Professor, College of Architectural Engineering and Design, Department of Architectural Engineering, Kingdom University, Bahrain.
  • 2006 – 2007: Assistant Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Architectural Engineering Dept., Modern Sciences and Arts University (MSA), Egypt.
  • 2006: Assistant professor, Faculty of Engineering, Architectural Engineering Dept., Misr University for Science and Technology, Egypt.
  • 2001 – 2006: Teaching Assistant, Faculty of Engineering, Architectural Engineering Dept., Misr University for Science and Technology, Egypt.
  • 1999 – 2001: Demonstrator, Faculty of Engineering, Architectural Engineering Dept., Misr University for Science and Technology, Egypt.
  • 1998 – 1999: Architect at Dept. of Architecture and Housing, Housing and Building Research Center (H.B.R.C), Egypt.
  • 1996 – 1997: Architect at Arch. Shehab Mazhar design firm, Cairo, Egypt.

 

Areas of Research Interest

  • Man-Environment Relationship (MER)
  • Urban Design
  • Urban Simulation
  • Multisensory design
  • Virtual Reality
  • Tangible interaction
  • Quality Assurance in Higher Education
  • Architectural Education

Research and Publications

Dr. Mohamed Yusuf Hasan AlKoheji
Chairperson of Architectural Engineering Department

Dr. Mohamed Yusuf Hasan AlKoheji

Associate Professor

Education:

  • PhD., Institute of Building Technology, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, U.K, 2003.
  • MSc., The Welsh School of Architecture, University of Wales, Cardiff, U.K., 1998.
  • BSc., College of Architecture and Planning, King Saud University, Riyadh, KSA, 1992.

 

Professional Background:

  • 2023 – Present: Associate Professor, Chairperson of Architectural Engineering Department, College of Architectural Engineering and Design, Kingdom University, Bahrain.
  • 2003 – 2019: Assistant Professor, University of Bahrain, Bahrain.
  • 1995 – 2003: Assistant Professor, Research Assistant, University of Bahrain, Bahrain.
  • 1992 – 1995: Building Maintenance Section Ministry of Education, Bahrain.

 

Areas of Research Interest

 

Research and Publications

Dr. Samy Elbialy
Chairperson of Civil and Environmental Engineering Department

Dr. Samy Elbialy

Assistant Professor

Education:

  • PhD. in Civil Engineering, Remote Sensing & GIS, from Dresden University of Technology, Germany.
  • MSc. in Civil Engineering, College of Engineering, Helwan University, Egypt.
  • BSc. in Civil Engineering College of Engineering, Helwan University, Egypt.

 

Professional Background:

  • 2014 – Present: Asst. Prof. at the Department of Architectural Engineering, College of Architecture Engineering and Design, Kingdom University, Kingdom of Bahrain
  • 2012 – 2014: Chairman of the Department of Civil Engineering, College of Engineering, Gulf University, Kingdom of Bahrain.
  • 2003 – 2012: Lecturer then Asst. Prof. at the Civil Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering Elmataria- Helwan University, Egypt.

 

Areas of Research Interest

  • Surveying & Remote Sensing
  • Recycling of Waste Materials

Research and Publications

Dr. Walid Ahmed Fouad Edris
Civil and Environmental Engineering

Dr. Walid Ahmed Fouad Edris

Associate Professor

Education:

  • PhD. in Civil Engineering, Castilla, La Mancha University, Ciudad Real, Spain, 2010 -2013.
  • MSc. in Civil Engineering, Polytechnic University, Madrid, Spain, 2008 – 2010.
  • BSc. in Civil Engineering, Zagazig University, Faculty of Engineering, Civil Engineering Department, 1999 – 2004.

 

Professional Background:

  • 2023 – Present: Associate Professor, College of Architecture Engineering and Design, Kingdom University, Bahrain.
  • 2022 – 2022: Associate professor, Faculty of Engineering, Yarmouk University, Jordan.
  • 2016 – 2022: Assistant professor, Faculty of Engineering, Yarmouk University, Jordan.
  • 2013 – 2016: Assistant professor, Giza Engineering Institute (GEI) and Higher Technological Institute (HTI), Egypt.

 

Areas of Research Interest

  • Green Buildings.
  • Techniques of Earth Building.
  • Recycle of Waste Material and Reused in Concrete.
  • Influence of Mineral additions on the Microstructure of Concrete.
  • Engineering Properties of Building Materials.

Research and Publications

Dr. Mohamed Sayed Abdulwahed Hassanin
Civil and Environmental Engineering

Dr. Mohamed Sayed Abdulwahed Hassanin

Associate Professor

Education:

  • PhD. in Engineering Mathematics, Benha University, Cairo, Egypt, 2011-2014.
  • MSc. in Engineering Mathematics, Benha University, Cairo, Egypt, 2007-2011.
  • BSc. in Civil Engineering, Benha University, Cairo, Egypt, 1998-2003.

 

Professional Background:

  • 2023 – Present: Associate Professor, College of Architecture Engineering and Design, Kingdom University, Bahrain.
  • 2020 – 2023: Associate professor, Mathematics, College of Engineering, Badr University, Cairo, Egypt.
  • 2019 – 2020: Assistant professor, Mathematics, College of Engineering, Badr University, Cairo, Egypt.
  • 2014 – 2015: Assistant professor, Mathematics, College of Engineering, Modern University MTI, Egypt.
  • 2012 – 2014: Lecturer, Applied Mathematics, College of Engineering, Modern University MTI, Egypt.

 

Areas of Research Interest

  • Optimal Homotope Asymptotic technique (OHAM).
  • Differential Transformation Method (DTM).
  • Numerical Analysis.
  • Heat and Mass Transfer.
  • Nanofluids.
  • Micro Polar Fluids.
  • Computational Mechanics.

Research and Publications

Dr. Adeb Qaid Al-Ameri
Architectural Engineering

Dr. Adeb Qaid Al-Ameri

Assistant Professor

Education:

  • PhD. Urban and Regional Planning, Universiti TeKnologi Malaysia, Johor Bahru, Malaysia, 2011-2015.
  • MSc. Urban Design and Conservation, Universiti TeKnologi Malaysia, Johor Bahru, Malaysia, 2008- 2010.
  • BSc. Architecture Engineering and Environmental Design, Arab academy for science and technology and maritime transport, Alexandria, Egypt, 2001-2006, Accredited by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), RIBA1 and RIBA2.
  • High School Diploma, Architecture Engineering, The first industrial institute, Taiz, Yemen, 1995-1998.

 

Professional Background:

  • 2017 – Present: Assistant Professor, College of Architecture Engineering and Design, Kingdom University, Kingdom of Bahrain.
  • 2015 – 2016: A Post-Doctoral Researcher at UTM, Faculty of Built Environment.
  • 2018: Research Advisor at NASS (Nanyang Academy of Science, Singapore.
  • 2011 – 2015: Assistant Researcher in a Project of “Putrajaya Urban Heat Island”, funded by Institute Sultan Iskandar Malaysia.
  • 2010 – 2011: Working as an architectural designer and supervisor of project execution in Sana’a, Yemen.
  • 2006 – 2007: Working as a designer and supervisor of project execution in Sana’a, Yemen.

 

Areas of Research Interest

  • Urban Heat Island, Micro-Climate, Outdoor, and Indoor Human Thermal Comfort
  • Sustainable Architecture and Sustainable Urban Design
  • Urban Design and Health Environment
  • Green Buildings and Building Energy Efficiency
  • Low-carbon, Zero Energy Buildings
  • Air Pollution and Air Quality in the Cities
  • Resilience Building and Cities
  • Wind Movement in Buildings and Outdoor Environment
  • Urban and Public Space
  • Heritage, urban design conservation, and landscape conservation
  • Walkability and Accessibility in Urban Environments
  • Transportation and network
  • Urban morphology
  • Pedestrian network
  • Vibrant City and the Relationship Between Buildings, Streets, and Spaces
  • Space Syntax

Research and Publications

Dr. Abbas Abdo Alwarafi
Architectural Engineering

Dr. Abbas Abdo Al Warafi

Assistant Professor

Education:

  • PhD. in Architectural, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, India, 2003.
  • MSc. in Planning and Housing, School of Planning and Architecture (SPA), Delhi, India, 1999.
  • BSc. in Architecture and Planning, King Faisal University, Al-Dammam, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 1991.

 

Professional Background:

  • 2021 – Present: Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Architecture & Interior Design, Kingdom University, Bahrain.
  • 2020 – 2021: Consultant, Architect, Constructa Construction Company, Bahrain.
  • 2020: Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Architecture Engineering, Applied Science University, Bahrain.
  • 2013 – 2020: Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Architecture & Interior Design, University of Bahrain, Bahrain.
  • 2003 – 2013: Assistant Professor at Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, University of Sana’a – Yemen.
  • 2005 – 2007: Instructor at Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, University of Sana’a, Yemen.

 

Areas of Research Interest

Research and Publications

Dr. Mohamed Ahmed Mahdy
Architectural Engineering

Dr. Mohamed Ahmed Mahdy

Assistant Professor

Education:

  • PhD. in Architecture, Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt.
  • MSc. in Architecture, Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt, 2010.
  • BSc. in Architecture, Distinction, Alexandria University, honour for excellence graduate: distinction graduation project, 2005.

 

Professional Background:

  • 2022 – Present: Assistant Professor, College of Architectural Engineering & Design, Kingdom University.
  • 2017 – 2022: Assistant Professor, Department of Architecture, Faculty of Fine Arts, Alexandria University.
  • 2010 – 2017: Assistant Lecturer, Department of Architecture, Faculty of Fine Arts, Alexandria University.
  • 2006 – 2010: Teaching Assistant, Department of Architecture, Faculty of Fine Arts, Alexandria University.

 

Areas of Research Interest

  • Sustainable Architecture
  • Sustainable Building Technology
  • Smart and Green Urban Planning
  • Vernacular Architecture
  • Cities Identities

Research and Publications

Dr. Ibtisam Mohammad Zeyad Alhoutary
Interior Design

Dr. Ibtisam Mohammad Zeyad Alhoutary

Assistant Professor

Education:

  • PhD. in Interior Architecture, Interior Design, Alexandria University – Egypt, 2021.
  • MSc. in Interior Architecture, Interior Design, Alexandria University – Egypt, 2014.
  • BSc. in Interior Design, Al Yarmouk University, Jordan, 2008.

 

Professional Background:

  • 2020 – Present: Assistant Professor, College of Architectural Engineering & Design, Kingdom University.
  • 2015-2018: Interior Design Lecturer, Interior Design, Gulf University, Bahrain.
  • 2009 – 2012: Teaching Assistant, Petra University, Amman, Jordan.
  • 2008 – 2009: Interior Designer, Class office, Amman, Jordan University, Jordan.
  • 2006 – 2007: Interior Designer, Tahboub, Amman, Jordan.

Areas of Research Interest

Research and Publications

Dr. Mahtab Asvar
Interior Design

Dr. Mahtab Asvar

Assistant Professor

Education:

  • PhD. in Management, Limkokwing University, Malaysia, 2022.
  • MSc. in Project Management, Limkokwing University, Malaysia, 2016.
  • BSc. in Art in Interior Architecture, Limkokwing University, Malaysia, 2014.

 

Professional Background:

  • 2022 – Present: Assistant Professor, College of Architecture Engineering and Design, Kingdom University, Bahrain.
  • 2019 – 2021: Lecturer, Faculty of Architecture, Design and fine Arts, Girne American University, Cyprus.
  • 2017 – 2019: Instructor, Architecture & Interior Design Department, College of Engineering, University of Bahrain, Bahrain.
  • 2016 – 2017: Project Design Leader, Terra Interior Sdn Bhd, Malaysia.
  • 2013 – 2016: Senior Interior Designer, Terra Interior Sdn Bhd, Malaysia.

 

Areas of Research Interest

Research and Publications

Arch. Hana Karoui
Interior Design - Head of Internship, Alumni Affairs and Career Guidance Unit

Arch. Hana Karoui

Lecturer

Education:

  • MSc. in Fine and Applied Art Domain, Space Design, Interior Design, Higher School of Sciences and Design Technologies ESSTD, Denden. Tunisia.
  • BSc. in Experimental Science, Mohamed Boudhina high school, Hammamet, Tunisia.

 

Professional Background:

  • 2016 – Present: Lecturer at the Department of Interior Design, College of Architecture Engineering and Design, Kingdom University.
  • 2020 – Present: Head of Industrial Training, Alumni and Career Guidance Unit.
  • 2016 – 2016: Part-timer at the Department of Interior Design, College of Architecture Engineering and Design, Kingdom University.
  • 2015 – 2016: Freelancer Interior Designer.
  • 2013 – 2015: Interior Designer in Office of Architecture Creative Architecture.
  • 2013: Technical Commercial in Univers Ceram, Tunisia.
  • 2011: Interior Designer in Cherif Immobiliere, Ennaser, Tunisia.

 

Areas of Research Interest

  • Art & Design
  • Design & Health

Research and Publications

Arch. Amani Ashraf Ezz-Eldin
Architectural Engineering

Arch. Amani Ashraf Ezz AlDin

Teaching Assistant

Education:

  • MSc. in Environment & Sustainable Development, University of Bahrain, kingdom of Bahrain, 2021.
  • BSc. in Architecture, College of Architecture and Interior Design, University of Bahrain, Kingdom of Bahrain, 2016.

 

Professional Background:

  • 2016 – Present: Teaching Assistant, College of Architecture Engineering and Design, Kingdom University, Kingdom of Bahrain.
  • 2015 – 2015: Trainee, Durrat Al Bahrain Associates, Kingdom of Bahrain.

 

Areas of Research Interest

Research and Publications

Arch. Fatema Mohammed Janahi
Interior Design

Arch. Fatema Mohamed Janahi

Teaching Assistant

Education:

  • MSc. in Architecture, Urban Design, University of Bahrain, College of Engineering.
  • BSc. in Architecture, University of Bahrain, College of Engineering.

 

Professional Background:

  • 2020 – Present: Teaching Assistant, Kingdom University, Bahrain.
  • 2019 – 2020: Education & Training Quality Authority, Bahrain.
  • 2019: Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities, Bahrain.
  • 2018 – 2019: Education & Training Quality Authority, Bahrain.
  • 2016 – 2018: Fourth Dimension, Engineers-Architects, Bahrain.

 

Areas of Reasearch Interest

Research and Publications

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