Kortext announces an exciting new partnership with the American University of Bahrain

Kortext, a global leader in digital learning solutions, and the American University of Bahrain (AUBH), an innovative Gulf-region higher education institution, are delighted to announce their strategic alliance. 

This significant collaboration expands Kortext’s presence in the Kingdom of Bahrain and advances AUBH’s mission to provide students with transformative, flexible, and innovative learning opportunities.

Kortext will work closely with the university to create a bespoke online e-bookstore exclusively for AUBH students. Our cutting-edge platform will enable students to access and purchase their learning resources seamlessly at extremely competitive prices, revolutionizing the way they engage with educational content. 

As the first American-model University and the only WSCUC-accredited University in Bahrain, AUBH is focused on holistic student development, industry-aligned curricula, and fostering real-world connections. This collaboration with Kortext will enable AUBH to provide world-class resources to its students, empowering them to study anytime, anywhere.  

“We are thrilled to embark on this exciting journey with the American University of Bahrain,” said Simon Marvin, Director of Sales Operations, Kortext. “Our partnership will not only enhance the learning experience for AUBH students but will also reaffirm our commitment to making high-quality educational resources accessible to learners around the world.”

“Our partnership with Kortext demonstrates our commitment to providing innovative digital solutions that enhance the learning process for our students. As a result of this partnership, AUBH students will gain access to a digital bookstore offering more than four million textbook titles which both improves access to up-to-date content while reducing cost compared to other traditional options.” said William D. Hurt, AUBH’s Chief Operating Officer.

Together, Kortext and AUBH will elevate digital education in the Gulf region, reshaping the future of learning for students and educators alike.