King Khalid University (KKU) is a preeminent university in and of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Since its establishment in 1998 (1419 H), KKU has been at the forefront of higher education in the Middle East. The university provides world-class academic programs spanning a wide variety of professions and educational disciplines. KKU alumni have made and continue to make significant contributions to the development of the Kingdom. There is a great demand for KKU graduates in both commercial enterprises and government agencies.
King Khalid University (KKU) is dedicated to scientific advancement, economic development, and social improvement. As the largest university in the province, KKU is the epicenter of higher education in the region. The university offers many programs in fields of study including science, medicine, and the humanities. KKU graduates have both the theoretical knowledge and practical experience to begin their professional endeavors with confidence and a high degree of competence.
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King Khalid University represented by the Community Service and Continues Education Deanship established a number of Diploma programs in the colleges of Dahran Al Janub , Rjal Al Maa’a , Muhail , Al Majrdah.
The Dean of the Community Service and Continues Education Deanship Dr. Omar Alwan Ageel explained that all program are available in the university branches are accredited by the civil service ministry, adding that the deanships seeks through these programs to offer programs that help equip young people to meet the needs of the job market . He noted that the registration will be available online and is open for all candidates.
Its worth noting that the programs include : Applied Programming, Office Management, Human Resources Management, the E-Marketing and Accounting.
King Khalid University Rector, His Excellency Prof. Falleh Al-Solamy, sponsored the third annual scientific forum in Tehama. The College of Arts and Sciences in Tehama organized the forum titled 'The Role of Science in Development'. Branch General Supervisor Dr. Ahmed bin Atef Al Shehri and the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Dr. Ibrahim Asiri co-hosted the event.
The forum began with a short film documenting the purposes of the forum and summarizing the progress made over the first three years of its existence. The forum participants presented a variety of research papers on the role of science in economic and societal development. The organizers divided the forum into 3 different sessions: Islamic Disciplines, Arabic Language and Mathematics.
His Excellency Rector Al-Solamy thanked the researchers for presenting their papers. He also announced that the university will be expanding the forum to include international participants who are experts in their respective scientific and academic fields. The Rector closed the first day of the forum after thanking the General Supervisor of the university branch in Tehama and the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science in Mohayil. The participants adjourned, and the event reconvened the following day.