Riyadh: The cultural attache at the Saudi Embassy in London held meetings with British education companies tasked with providing educational services and support to Saudi students on scholarships at UK universities.
Dr. Abdulaziz Al-Mugaishi headed the meetings which discussed the attache’s new strategy for academic partnerships, research and the future of bilateral cooperation with educational, training and scientific research centers in Britain.
Al-Mugaishi outlined, during the meeting, future plans for the provision of educational services to Saudi students.
This new strategy will focus on the partnership deals with educational, training and research institutes in Britain that assist scholarship programs, training and scientific research in the Kingdom. It will work to implement their initiatives and to transfer their knowledge and expertise to support human resources in the Kingdom.
The step is in line with the vision of King Salman bin Abdulaziz, which has been commemorated with the signing a memorandum of understanding between British Prime Minister Theresa May and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, during the latter’s recent visit to the UK.
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