Future-proofing Saudi Arabia’s workforce

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Sun, 2024-03-17 17:42

DUBAI: Saudi students will soon have greater access to top-quality higher education following a series of agreements allowing international academic institutions to open branches in the Kingdom.

Agreements were signed with Australia’s University of Wollongong, and American schools Arizona State University and Cintana Education to establish new campuses in the Kingdom, making their world-class programs available to Saudi students.

The deals were announced during the Human Capability Initiative conference held in Riyadh on Feb. 28-29.

Men walk at the campus of the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology in Thuwal. (File/AFP)
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