Saudi Crescent Authority President Prince Faisal Bin Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud Visits PMU
A delegation led by the President of Saudi Crescent Authority, HRH Prince Faisal Bin Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud visited Prince Mohammad bin Fahd University (PMU) recently. PMU Rector, Dr. Isa Al-Ansari welcomed him and his delegation at the University Campus.
Dr. Al-Ansari accompanied the delegation in their tour of the PMU Colleges.
The President of Saudi Crescent Authority expressed his views on the changing trends in the education system inside the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia while he interacted with the PMU Management. He noticed that PMU plays crucial role in such transformation. He was impressed to know about the progresses of the University. The University takes major initiatives to ensure that its learning environment satisfies international standards.
Dr. Isa Al-Ansari explained about several initiatives including the newly launched study programs and the future plan of action for which PMU is well prepared. The Rector stressed upon this important aspect that the use of latest technology has made PMU a modern institution of learning.
The President of the Saudi Crescent Authority observed PMU’s state-of-the-art infrastructure in all Colleges including the Colleges of Engineering, Computer Engineering and Science, Business Administration and Arts & Sciences. He was impressed to see the laboratories which are totally equipped with the latest technology. He praised the steps taken by PMU to ensure that students receive education comparable to education in the internationally recognized universities.
The impression HRH Prince Faisal Bin Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud had about PMU is that this university is at par with other modern universities. Its smart classrooms, modern laboratories and completely digitalized libraries offer everything which is an ardent need of an advanced academic culture today.
“This institution of higher learning (PMU) plays major role to further boost the intellectual culture in the Eastern Province,” he said while leaving the campus.
- Asian Tribune -