Umm Al-Qura University

Umm Al-Qura University

Vice President for Students Affairs Launches Al-Jawhara Program




Dr. Sarah bint Omar Al-Khouli, the Vice President for Female Students Affairs, launched "Al-Jawhara Skills Program for the Preparation of Scholarship Students", which was implemented by the Institute of Arabic Language for Non-Native Speakers, Girls Section, during the orientation of the new students and graduates’ honoring celebration. It was attended by Dr. Hala bint Saeed Al-Amoudi, Dean of University Studies for Girls, and Dr. Farida bint Mohamed Al-Ghamidi, the Vice Dean of the Deanship of University Studies, at Abu Al-Ola Hall at the University’s campus in Al-Zahir.

Dr. Samiah Al-Radady, the Vice Dean of the Institute, gave a speech in which she welcomed the Vice President for Female Students Affairs and the Institute’s new students and gave an introduction for the Institute’s systems and objectives and the most prominent activities and programs that contribute to learning the Arabic language and teaching it to the non-native students by the modern technologies.

After that, Dr. Khouli welcomed the new students and congratulated the graduates, wishing them a prosperous future and useful education that would contribute to serving the girls of the Islamic nation, as they represent a number of the Islamic world countries. She then lauded the support of the wise leadership that contributed to offering these educational opportunities in the sharia sciences and Arabic language, so as they become scientists in their countries and contribute to spreading the prophet’s message between their countries’ societies.

She also praised the directives and follow-up of Dr. Abdullah bin Omar BaFail, Umm Al-Qura University’s President, on the educational process in the girls section with the academic outputs that are aligning with the requirements of the job market and come in line with the Kingdom Vision 2030.

That was followed by honoring the 14 graduated students from different Islamic countries.

 

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