107 Saudi students graduate from hospitality management scholarship program

107 Saudi students graduate from hospitality management scholarship program
107 Saudi students graduate from hospitality management scholarship program

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Jeddah - Yasmine El Tohamy - RIYADH: Red Sea Global, the developer of “regenerative tourism destinations” The Red Sea and AMAALA, celebrated the graduation of the first batch of international hospitality management students from its scholarship program in partnership with the University of Prince Mugrin in Madinah, the Saudi Press Agency reported on Saturday.

The graduation ceremony took place at the King Salman International Convention Center under the patronage of Prince Mugrin bin Abdulaziz, honorary president of the university; Prince Salman bin Sultan, governor of Madinah; and Prince Faisal bin Muqrin bin Abdulaziz, chairman of the board of directors of Al-Bayan Charitable Society for Education, with students and their families in attendance.

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A total of 107 students earned bachelor’s degrees in international hospitality management, accredited by Swiss EHL Hospitality Business School.

A total of 107 students earned bachelor’s degrees in international hospitality management, accredited by Swiss EHL Hospitality Business School. All of them were on full scholarships funded by RSG, according to the SPA report.

Ahmad Darwish, group chief administrative officer at RSG, said: “We are delighted to celebrate the graduation of the first group of students from the Red Sea Global scholarship program. This group consists of 80 male and 27 female students who have specialized in international hospitality management, with accreditation from the prestigious Swiss EHL Business Hospitality School. They will all contribute toward extending a warm welcome to the world in Saudi Arabia.”

Darwish added: “The University of Prince Mugrin is making tremendous efforts to provide world-class educational opportunities in various disciplines through innovative academic and research programs in line with the highest international standards. It is effectively contributing to the economic development of the Kingdom by preparing its graduates to face the dynamic changes in various fields of work.”  

Bander bin Mohammed Hajjar, president of the University of Prince Mugrin, said: “The university is proud of its distinguished partnership with Red Sea Global, which contributes to achieving Saudi Vision 2030. Its careful planning focused on two paths: the physical construction of its destinations and preparing the people to manage and operate those destinations.

“Today, our partnership is reaping the results of that planning with the graduation of 107 students, who will now go directly to working with RSG and its partners after obtaining knowledge, skills and professional certificates in the field of international hospitality and tourism management. Their training included 1,200 hours of work experience in major hotels in the Middle East. The university looks forward to taking its partnership with RSG to broader horizons in the future in order to achieve our common goals.”

Since its inception, RSG has focused on “cultivating experts and leaders in international hospitality through a curriculum aligned with global standards in hospitality and sustainable tourism, integrating hospitality knowledge, management principles, and practical business projects,” the SPA said.

 

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