AGU President Discuss Bolstering Joint Cooperation with Saudi Cultural Attaché 

His Excellency Dr Saad bin Saud Al Fuhaid, President of the Arabian Gulf University (AGU), recently met with Dr Mubarak bin Khalaf Al Dossari, Cultural Attaché of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the Kingdom of Bahrain. The meeting discussed increasing cooperation to benefit Saudi students studying at the College of Medicine and Medical Sciences (CMMS) and the College of Graduate Studies (CGS) at the university.

These meetings fall under the banner of the Saudi Cultural Mission’s commitment to monitoring its scholarship students and ensuring they receive the highest quality of higher education, in line with the Kingdom’s future needs and educational development.

During the meeting, Dr Al Fuhaid expressed his appreciation for the support provided by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the university, under the leadership of King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, and His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Crown Prince and Prime Minister.

He commended the Saudi students studying at AGU, stating that they have a bright future ahead of them, stressing that this future will be part of a pioneering development journey that knows no limits.

Moreover, the President also spoke about the pride he feels in graduating exceptional students who will become leaders in the medical field, considering this achievement as a true translation of the aspirations of the leaders of the GCC countries.

Additionally, Dr Al Fuhaid acknowledged the progress of the King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Medical City project in Bahrain, explaining that this key project receives support from the Saudi Fund for Development.

“Once completed, the project will provide medical services in accordance with international standards and specifications. It will also offer training opportunities for students from the College of Medicine and provide a platform for faculty members to practice medicine,” he added.

For his part, Dr Al Dossari praised the efforts of AGU in improving outcomes and services for Saudi students and others from the GCC. He noted to the university’s commitment to providing suitable housing and advanced services to support academic achievement, in line with the strategic academic, social and health goals of the university.

Dr Al Dossari also highlighted the university’s keenness to provide a series of advanced services on an ongoing basis, and its innovation in academic programme specializations that are based on competitiveness, leadership, knowledge management and innovation.

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