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UJ Welcomes New International Students

A festivity was held on UJ campus on Wednesday, October 13, to welcome new international students commencing at UJ this semester.


 
The festivity included a diverse program of art and folk shows presented by students from KSA, Bahrein, Palestine, Yemen, Iraq, and other countries.


  
Chairman of the Coordinating Committee for Foreign Students Abdulraheem Bawazir referred to services provided to international students to enable them to better adapt to their new life and interact with fellow students.

 

Annually held by the Deanship of Students Affairs, the event aims to introduce the new students to university community and the various academic and social opportunities available on campus.

 

The Foreign Students Affairs Office at the Deanship provides international students with a variety of services, programs and information.

 

Currently, UJ has 4418 international students representing 80 nationalities

10/13/201611/13/2016
The new Credit Suisse HOLT Valuation Challenge
Dear Student,
 
Experience a new Holt Journey! the next generation of the Holt Valuation Challenge is offering you a chance to interview with Credit Suisse HOLT and more opportunities to kick -start your career in Finance
The competition is open to all students ( BA,MA,MBA and PHD) >
here are some of the new features:
  • Abrand new interface .
  • Start the challenge today .
  • Additional prizes available throughout the challenge .
  • Exclusive Prize .
  • Win access to select courses to enhance your specialization in Finance!
  • Start the game and earn points by october 23.

contact  : holtvaluationchallenge@project-firefly.com

10/23/201611/23/2016
Event to Raise Awareness About the Importance of Inclusive Education

On Tuesday, October 25, the Student Counseling Department at the Deanship of Student Affairs organized in cooperation with Mercy Corps an open day for students with special needs.

 

The open day included a diverse range of activities, aimed at educating the university community on the rights of students with special needs and promoting their success and role as productive members of the society.


 
The Student Counseling Department have been providing a wide range of services for students with disabilities to guarantee them equal educational opportunities and equal access to  education resources, in addition to raising awareness about disability-related issues.

 

Mercy Corps is a global humanitarian, nonprofit, nongovernmental organization .

10/27/201611/27/2016