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Julphar KSA Signs MOU with King Abdul-Aziz University to train pharmacy students.
Julphar KSA has signed a memorandum of understanding with King Abdul-Aziz University that focuses on developing a robust student-exchange program by facilitating training opportunities for Saudi nationals.
In a ceremony carried out in the main auditorium at KAU, Julphar KSA have signed the agreement with the key officials in the university in the presence of Vice President Dr. Hassam Kotby, Abrar Al Ansari and Dr. Yasser Awad from Julphar KSA.
Under the agreement, Julphar will provide training courses for students of the College of Pharmacy as well as programs to develop their scientific and medical knowledge and align them to pharmaceutical industry best practices specifically in sales & marketing domain.
The agreement between the most accredited university in KSA comes as a positive feedback about Julphar KSA Saudaization & induction training programs for Saudi calibres that Julphar KSA Adopts.
Dr. Yasser Awad, Head of Business Excellence at Julphar KSA said: “We are proud to partner with King Abdul-Aziz university as we are always focusing on the enhancement and development of the pharmaceutical sector across the Kingdom. We are guided by the mission to provide students experiences to learn from international best practices and to integrate Saudi nationals into various fields within the health-care sector.”
The agreement comes is in line with Julphar efforts to drive more cooperation levels between the public sector in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, with the underlying objective to integrate Saudi nationals into various fields within the health-care sector.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank our colleague Abrar AL Ansari for her tremendous efforts in getting this agreement done by doing a high level of networking & alignments with Key figures in the community & university, as well as her excellent job in Saudaization project.