Summit Venue

Kuwait College of Science and Technology (KCST) is a private university located in Doha District of the Al Asimah Governate in Kuwait with a state-of-the-art-campus. It has a current capacity sufficient for about 1800 students with outstanding facilities such as 520 seater distinguished auditorium, two 250-seater lecture theatres, mini theatres and smart classrooms.
The summit is co-joint with the 5th International Conference on Blockchain Computing and Applications (BCCA 2023) and the 4th International Conference on Intelligent Data Science Technologies and Applications (IDSTA2023). The first day of the summit will be held at the KCST campus, while the second and third day of the conferences will be held at Jumeirah Messilah Beach Hotel.


KCST- Doha area, 7th Ring Road Kuwait


Jumeirah Messilah Beach Hotel

Kuwait is a small, yet rich country located in the Middle East. It boasts a rich cultural heritage, deeply rooted in its history as a trading hub and center of commerce, which visitors can experience by visiting museums such as the Kuwait National Museum and the Scientific Center, as well as historic sites like the Al-Seif Palace and the Grand Mosque. The modern and vibrant city of Kuwait City, the capital, offers an array of shopping, dining, and entertainment options, including numerous shopping malls like the 360 Mall and the Avenues, as well as a variety of international and local cuisine. Kuwait is also home to stunning natural landscapes like the Kuwait Bay and the Kuwait Oasis, as well as wildlife reserves where visitors can see native species like the Arabian Oryx and the Nubian ibex. For adventure and sports enthusiasts, Kuwait offers activities such as dune bashing, sandboarding, and water sports. The country also loves to celebrate, with many festivals and events throughout the year, including the Kuwait International Film Festival, the Kuwait Food Festival, and the Kuwait Shopping Festival. Kuwait offers a unique blend of traditional cultural heritage, modern city life, and natural beauty, making it an ideal destination for visitors looking for an unforgettable experience.

The official language of Kuwait is Arabic, but English is widely spoken and used as a second language in business and daily life. The currency of Kuwait is the Kuwaiti Dinar (KWD), which is divided into 1000 fils. The Kuwaiti Dinar is one of the highest-valued currencies in the world and is widely accepted for international transactions.

KCST will provide back and forth transportation for the summit and conference participants a number of times daily.

Getting around Kuwait is easy, and taxis are reasonably priced and plentiful. They can be flagged down at the roadside, booked by phone, or through ride sharing apps.

There are various amazing applications that help you book your ride seamlessly. Let’s have a look at the top five applications that are quite renowned amongst the people when it comes to hiring a ride!

RideRove: A luxury taxi rental company which provides a booking app that is compatible with both iPhone and Android.

Q8 Taxi services: This application provides one of the best rated taxis when it comes to renting a taxi in Kuwait.

Careem: This application provides the option of renting a taxi in Kuwait. It is one of the quickest service providers.

Araba Ho: This online taxi service in Kuwait is best known to serve tourists.

BIM BIM Bikes: This rental company provides various types of bikes for your perfect and personalized travel time.

Holders of passports from 53 countries are granted visa upon arrival to Kuwait international airport. The countries include:
The United States of America - The United Kingdom - France - Italy - Germany - Canada - Australia - New Zealand - Japan - Netherlands - Belgium - Luxembourg - Switzerland - Austria - Sweden - Norway - Denmark - Portugal - Greece - Ireland - Finland - Spain - Monaco - Vatican -Iceland - Andorra - San Marino – Liechtenstein - Brunei - Singapore - Malaysia - Hong Kong - South Korea - Bhutan - Poland - Georgia - Ukraine - Slovenia - Estonia - Czech - Turkey - Bulgaria - Romania - Cyprus - Serbia - Slovakia - Cambodia - Latvia- Laos - Lithuania - Malta – Croatia - Hungary.

The holders of those passports can also request an e-visa by visiting the following website:

Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) residents are also granted visa upon arrival to Kuwait international airport.

All other nationalities must apply for a visa from the nearest Kuwaiti embassy in their country of residence.

Letter of Invitation

A letter of invitation is provided only after you have completed registration for the summit or conferences and paid the conference registration fee. Such a letter may be needed to obtain a visa or permission to attend the meeting. If you require an invitation letter please contact Rachel Knight via email. The letter will be provided by email. In your email, provide the following information:

  • Complete Name
  • Mailing Address
  • Accepted Paper Number (if applicable)
  • Accepted Paper Title (if applicable)
  • Any other details that your country of residence requires for your visa application

The summit and conferences cannot contact or intervene with any Embassy or Consulate office abroad on your behalf so please begin your visa application process as soon as you determine that you want to attend the summit or the conferences. Please provide as much information as possible to avoid delays in receiving your letter.