The UQU Vice President for Student Affairs, Dr. Sarah Bint Omar Al-Khouli, has launched Al-Jawhara Skills Program for the Rehabilitation of Scholarship Students, which was implemented by the Arabic Language Institute for Non-native Speakers, during the introductory meeting for female students, at Abu Al-Ola hall at the University campus in Al-Zahir.
Dr. Samia Al-Radadi, the Vice Director of the Institute, has delivered a speech in which she welcomed the university's Vice President and the new students of the institute. She introduced the institute’s regulations and goals, as well as the most prominent programs that contribute to teaching and learning Arabic using modern technology.
Dr. Al-Kholi then delivered a speech welcoming the graduates and wishing them a bright future and useful knowledge that would contribute to serving the Muslim community, as they are considered representative of several countries in the Islamic world. She has also praised the support of the wise government which contributed to providing these educational opportunities in the sciences of Shari’a and the Arabic language, turning students into scientists in their own countries, and enabling them to spread the message of prophet Muhammed.
Dr. Al-Khouli also praised the directives and follow-up of UQU President, Dr. Abdullah bin Omar Bafail and his support for education at the girls section with the aim of improving the academic outputs in a way that fits the requirements of the labor market, in line with KSA’s 2030 Vision.
Afterwards, Dr. Al-Kouhli and the attendees witnessed the march of 14 graduates from all over the Islamic world, and honoring excellent students.