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KAU Makes “Education for All” a Reality for Expats

Saudi Gazette

Academicians and education experts have lauded the initiative of the Jeddah Community College (JCC) to offer expatriate students an opportunity to study in the Kingdom. Starting October 2009, they will be able to study for Associate Degrees from King Abdul Aziz University (KAU).

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“This step will go a long way in opening the doors of education for all communities in Jeddah and will be a cost-saving measure for many parents. It will bring students in contact with international teachers and hence, bring about the development of their minds in the right direction,” said Irfan Ahmed, marketing manager of KAU. “Students can contact me by email on or on mobile no. 0501372843,” he added.


– SG

2 thoughts on “KAU Makes “Education for All” a Reality for Expats

  1. As Salaamu Aleykum wa Ramatullaah
    Dear Sister,
    Could you please tell me if you know of any where in Saudi to study Arabic over the summer? We have 3 children(12,10,&7) and we all want to study Arabic, InshaAllaah. If you have any advice, I would really appreciate it.
    wa Salaam,

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