His Excellency Shaikh Azzam Mubarak Al-Sabah, Dean of the Diplomatic Corps, Ambassador of the State of Kuwait to the Kingdom of Bahrain has the inspected the conditions of Kuwaiti students in the College of Medicine and Medical Sciences, Graduate Studies and the French-Arabian Business School at Arabian Gulf University (AGU).
He met with the newly admitted students for the academic year 2018-2019 and discussed a number of topics with them, mainly the provision of basic necessities of accommodation, monthly allowances and health insurance, in addition to facilitations of communication services and support for ticket prices, and promoting the role of the cultural attaché.
Shaikh Azzam Mubarak Al-Sabah said that the conditions of students at AGU call for pride, due to the advanced scientific level and academic attainment they enjoy thanks to the efforts of the university’s administration. AGU is a model academic and scientific establishment, due to its positive outcomes that contribute to the health development process in the State of Kuwait and the entire Gulf, representing Gulf cohesion in every sense.
Shaikh Azzam Al-Sabah stressed that addressing the needs of Kuwaiti students at AGU is one of his responsibilities and priorities. He said: “We are keen to yearly follow up on students and encourage them to continue their achievements and excellence in in various fields of education,” indicating the university administration’s eagerness to oversee their affairs and meet their needs at all times, providing an academic atmosphere suitable for students over the past three decades.
He appreciated all the university’s achievements, its success in building Gulf citizenship and adopting high quality academic programs of rare specialisation in higher education, in addition to its contribution in providing the Gulf labour market with large numbers of competent graduates in its endeavour to support economic and social development in the Gulf.
For his part, President of AGU, Dr Khalid Abdul Rahman Al-Ohaly said: “ Kuwait has an outstanding contribution in supporting AGU, stemming from its belief in the role of higher education and university in developing Gulf society and providing for its need of specialists and experts in various fields of vital importance to Gulf communities.” He praised the support of GCC leaders for AGU’s progress, which is one of the oldest and most prominent projects of GCC cooperation and integration, expressing sincere appreciation for Kuwait’s keenness to continue the university’s operation as a leading academic institution representing the spirit of Gulf union.