The University signed a memorandum of understanding with the Saudi Council of Engineers to stimulate cooperation between the two sides. The agreement was signed by Dr. Hussam Ramadan, President of Al Yamamah University and Eng. Saad Alshahrani, Chairman of the Board, SCE.
This MoU will enable the two sides to develop a framework for their cooperation to achieve scientific and professional progress. It also aims to exchange expertise and technical information to attain their mutual objectives. The exchange of information, views and ideas will surely benefit both sides.
The Co-op seeks to train our future engineers professionally under the supervision of the most qualified instructors in the council. The program includes courses in research skills development and projects of mutual interest. In addition, the students will effectively take part in seminars, panel discussions, exhibitions and conferences that meet the academic and practical expectations of the MoU.
Dr. Ramadan said: “the signing of this MoU between the university and the Saudi Council of Engineers reflects the university’s aspiration to encourage and develop the Co-op in the field of academic achievement to improve the proficiency of our College of Architecture and Engineering students.” Mr, Alshahrani added that this initiative would enrich investment and excellent training in the field of engineering and vocational education.
Dr. Waleed Abanmi, Vice-President of Al Yamamah University, Dr. Hessa AlSalamah, Dean of College of Architecture and Engineering at Al Yamamah University, Eng. Abdullatif Alharkan, Secretary-General, SCE and Eng. Khalid Alaqeel, Deputy Secretary-General, SCE all attended the signing ceremony.