Al-Hyaz’e receives students of the College of Business Administration and praises their achievements
His Excellency Professor Mohamed bin Ali Al-Hyaz’e, President of Jazan University, received in his office Dr Khalid al-Qadhi, Dean of College of Business Administration, Dr Ali al-Mudabesh, Vice-Dean, and Khaled al-Dharawi, Director of Business Administration. They were also accompanied by a group of college students, who took part in the Economic Conference organized earlier this month by the King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah, in cooperation with the Gulf Research Center.
Dr. Al- Qadhi alluded to the impact of the support the college receives at the scientific, academic and administrative levels. He says the support received from His Excellency Professor Al- Hyaz’e had a profound impact on the students’ educational achievements and allowed them to gain experience through exposing them to a number of conferences and seminars in and out of the Kingdom.
Dr al-Qadhi also indicated that the college is sending a number of students for summer training at the University of Michigan in a few weeks’ time. He then talked about the students’ training program in Saudi Aramco, and said, "The College [of Business Administration] is cooperating with more than 25 national companies in order to implement a number of summer training programs, which made the college a reference for many institutions in the region”.
His Excellency Professor Mohamed bin Ali Al-Hyaz’e expressed his delight toward the achievements of the College of Business Administration both on a domestic and international level. He says that the college enjoys a privileged position and that the concerns should be addressed and ambitious programs should be implemented to ensure quality outputs since the competitive market is full of challenges. He pointed out that the continuous efforts of the College make the graduates competent both in the public and private sectors.
Al-Hyaz’e informed the students of the new adopted budget within the second phase of the University City which includes the building project of the College of Business Administration. He finally thanked Dr Khalid al-Qadhi, Dean, and Dr Ali al-Mudabesh, Vice Dean, for their efforts in serving the college students (male and female) and wished them more success.