Umm Al-Qura University

Umm Al-Qura University

‘The Enrichment 1’ Program to Develop the Skills of the Postgraduate Students

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The Dean of the College of Education, Dr. Ali bin Muslih Al-Matrifi, launched the "Enrichment 1" Program organized by the Vice Deanship for Postgraduate Studies and Scientific Research to boost the skills of postgraduate students. The inauguration was attended by the vice deans of the college, heads of departments, academic staff, and postgraduate students.

Dr. Ali bin Muslih Al-Matrifi, the Dean of the College, underlined the importance of organizing such training programs, which pave the way for researchers and develop their skills to upgrade the educational outputs of the academic programs, in accordance with the university's mission and vision designed in line with Saudi Vision 2030. He also expressed appreciation for the support and directives provided by His Excellency the UQU President, Prof. Abdullah bin Omar Bafail, for the educational and research environment and the activities and events of the college.

The Vice Dean of the College for Postgraduate Studies, Dr. Talal bin Aqil Al-Khairi, said that this meeting is part of the programs held by the Vice Deanship for Postgraduate Studies and Scientific Research in line with the plan of the college and the university to develop the knowledge and skills of the postgraduate students in the college.

It is worth mentioning that the "Enrichment 1" program includes seven training programs, which contain technical elements for writing the educational research plan, SPSS training, effective presentation skills, development of educational institutions, academic writing, plagiarism, and common errors in statistics. The workshop will be presented every week on Mondays.

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Technical Points for Writing the Educational Research Plan 2019/02/25
Training in the SPSS Program 2019/03/04
Effective Presentation Skills 2019/03/11 - 2019/02/12
Academic Writing and Plagiarism 2019/03/25
Training in the SPSS Progream 2019/04/01
Common Mistakes in the Use of Statistical Methods 2019/04/08

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