University Participates in the 34th Conference of Admission and Registration of the Arab universities.
Al-Fareh: We got praised from the audience and will not stop at this point
University Participates in the 34th Conference of Admission and Registration of the Arab universities
King Khalid University, represented by the Admission and Registration Deanship participated in the 34th Conference of Admission and Registration of the Arab countries universities. Al Ain University, in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) hosted the conference from the 9th to 12th of this month. All Arab countries universities participated in the conference in order to be up to date with the latest developments reached by the Arab countries universities in the field of admission and registration.
Dr. Sultan Al-Fareh, the Dean of Admission and Registration represented King Khalid University at the conference. During his participation in the conference, he made a comprehensive presentation about the admission and registration process at King Khalid University. In his presentation, he touched on the latest improvements King Khalid University reached in the area of Admission and registration in general and electronic admission and registration in particular. Al-Fareh did not hide his happiness about the remarkable interaction plus the appreciation his presentation received by the representatives of Arab countries universities participating in the conference. The Dean said, "The presentation received a remarkable interaction from the attendees, because of the significant progress King Khalid University achieved in the provision of electronic services, which made the University unique among the rest of other universities. The progress showed the university's keenness to provide developing services to serve all student." The Dean also stated that the Deanship would not stop at that success, but would put more efforts in the coming period to develop and introduce new services, which would help King Khalid University to remain at the forefront of those who are interested in that important aspect of the educational process.