NBK offers Its customers a 20% discount on english courses at the British Council

Offer valid till 31 December 2021 for Al Shabab Debit and Prepaid Card holders

Yousef Al Awadhi

Yousef Al Awadhi

Alawadhi: We communicate with our customers from the youth segment and work on satisfying their needs, in partnership with leading institutions in all fields

Supporting to develop the skills of the Kuwaiti youth is a key pillar to achieve sustainable growth

National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) is committed to provide its customers with exclusive offers that suit the needs of their different segments. In this context, and in a step showing the special attention given to customers from the youth, NBK offered a 20% discount on all English language courses at the British Council in Kuwait for its Al Shabab Package Customers.

NBK Customers from the holders of NBK Al Shabab Debit or Prepaid Card are eligible for this discount on all English language courses provided by the British Council till 31 December 2021.

Through this offer, Al Shabab Package Customers can improve their English language skills to help them pursue their educational goals, prepare for the IELTS test and plan to study abroad.

On this occasion, Mr.  Yousef Alawadhi, Consumer Banking Group at National Bank of Kuwait said: “We are keen to support the Kuwaiti youth and develop their skills, as part of our commitment to our social responsibility, believing that enhancing the skills of the youth is a key pillar in our efforts to achieve sustainable growth.”

“We constantly communicate with our customers from the youth to identify their needs and introduce offers that suit their lifestyle, in partnership with leading institutions in all fields,” he added.

Alawadhi mentioned that recently, there is a significantly growing interest in Al Shabab Package Account, thanks to the services provided by the bank to its customers of this age group, as well as the remarkable excellence of its digital services and advanced payment solutions.

NBK strives to provide its customers from the youth with an exceptional banking experience combining a package of cutting-edge digital services and payment solutions, and a rewards program and exclusive offers that satisfy their needs and meet their expectations.

On the other side, NBK sponsors various social initiatives aiming to develop the skills of the youth in line with its consistent support of Kuwait National Development Plan, which accentuates empowering the youth and developing education, reflecting the bank’s belief that the youth are Kuwait’s most valuable resource and the key driver of national development.

One of the key initiatives sponsored by NBK in this regard is “Tamakan” program, which aims to develop the personal skills of the Kuwaiti youth to enable them navigate their way into the labor market, as well as motivate them to explore their inherent potentials, and unleash the creativity of young cadres.


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