'Tawasol' Program in the UK

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جامعة الملك خالد - المركز الإعلامي

As part of the first Tawasol Program with scholarship students organized by King Khalid University in the United Kingdom, the Dean of Faculty Affairs Dr. Mohammed bin Hamed Al Buhairi will conduct numerous interviews with Saudi scholarship students hoping to attract the best and brightest to work at the university.

In the same context, a meeting was held with scholarship students in the city of Cardiff to train them on academic life in universities. It included the most important duties of the faculty member and his functions as well as the methods of professional development and career advancement.

Al Buhairi has noticed to the university' keen interest and diligence in hiring national experts and specialists to work in the academic field where they can contribute with their colleagues in achieving the University's plans and strategic vision. He also stressed the substantial benefits the University receives from hiring qualified and highly competent Saudis for vacant positions.

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King Khalid University-Media Center

As part of a series of meetings and workshops conducted by King Khalid University in the United Kingdom, and within the framework of the first 'Tawasol' program with scholarship students, a number of lectures and workshops were launched in the city of Edinburgh.

The program activities started with a speech by Dr. Mohammed Al Rajhi, in which he began by thanking His Royal Highness, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman for his approval on holding the program. He also thanked HRH, the Ambassador to the United Kingdom and Ireland, Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf bin Abdulaziz, for his support and guidance which provided invaluable help in the establishment of the program. He was also thankful to His Excellency the Minister of Education and the President of King Khalid University for their careful follow-up. He then welcomed the attendees and gave them a brief introduction about the program and its objectives. 

After that, the forum continued and started with a session on 'Identity and Nationalism during the Scholarship Journey' presented by Dr. Hassan Mohammed Al Asmri, Dr. Mohammed Al Rajhi, Dr. Fahad Al Qahtani and Dr. Ahmad Al Ghamdi. In the second session, Dr. Abdullah Al Kasi and Dr. Abdulrahman Al Qarfi discussed the educational issues in the scholarship journey. Following that, Dr. Mohammed Khamash presented the third session, and it was titled 'The Scholarship Journey Opportunities.' During the sessions, the students took part by participating and sharing ideas. In the end, gifts were distributed, and memorial photos were taken.    

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King Khalid University-Media Center

King Khalid University, represented by the Unit of Awareness and Cultural Activities at the Faculty of Shariah and Fundamentals of Religion has organized the first "Tawasol" forum for the scholarship students in the United Kingdom particularly in Cardiff and Edinburgh, during the current month of September. This program came within the aspirations of the leadership of this blessed country and in response to achieving the ambitious vision of 2030.  

The supervisor of the forum, Dr. Mohammed Al Rajhi, has clarified that the program was initiated to empower the next generation of leaders. It is based on the belief that the youth of the country in general and the scholarship students, in particular, will play an essential role in society. Noting that, this forum is an educational program for Saudi scholarship students outside the country. It contributes to educating them with what they might need in the countries where they study. It is based on three main areas - intellectual, jurisprudential and educational. 

Al Rajhi added that the forum aims to immunize scholarship students with the right religious knowledge, firm beliefs,  and activate the academic communication between students and university faculty members. Additionally, it serves to help participants solve any intellectual or social complexities that may occur. In addition to that, the program will include panel discussions, research papers, and research experiments presented by faculty members, as well as students.

The first edition of the 'Tawasol' program will be held in the UK cities of Edinburgh and Cardiff, for a week between 11-16/9/2017, each morning, in one of the appropriate student clubs in coordination with the Saudi Cultural Bureau in Britain.

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