E-Media: Madinah - Deputy Minister of
Higher Education, Dr. Ali Al Attiyah, stressed that King Abdullah
Scholarship Program will continue for next years to bring about an
educational renaissance in the Kingdom. Al-Attiyah said, according
"Al-Riyadh" newspaper, that the ministry would issue a new law for
e-learning and distance education to improve its quality, stressing
that higher education began development projects and competition among
universities to create a real mobility in all areas; research centers,
development of staff faculty and students programs. Speaking to
reporters after visiting the Islamic University and Taibah University
in Madinah, he said Saudi universities took 92 percent of the country’s
secondary school graduates. He said the ministry would continue its
efforts to provide accommodation to teaching staff of government
universities. “We’ll sign contracts for building staff accommodation
quarters for Taibah and Islamic universities after the issuance of
budgets for them,” he added.
Last Modified Date: 10/02/2013 - 4:32 PM Saudi Arabia Time
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