The University President: an indicator of University interest to save the best opportunities.
The University Vice-President: contributes in the Kingdom developments at all fields.
The Dean of Medicine College: "Profession Day" is the bond between academic and practical career.
Dr. Al-Rabaa: Saudi Universities are in urgent need for such distinguished cadres.
King Khalid University participated in "Profession Day Exhibition", which a accompanied the graduation ceremony of the seventh Group of King Abdullah's program for Scholarship in America. The exhibition took place on Saturday, 25 Rajab, 1435 AH, and will be hold over till the 28th of the same month.
The Saudi Cultural Mission in America is organizing the exhibition annually, in which a number of government and private bodies will participate, such as ministries, universities, and, colleges, specialized research centers, companies, and banks. The Profession Day aimed at attracting graduates of all stages of Higher Education, Bachelor, Master's, and PhD.
In this regard, The President of King Khalid University, Prof. Abdul Rahman Bin Hamad Al-Dawood clarified that the university will present in the exhibition 208 vacancies, including 158 jobs as Assistant Professor, 50 lecturers and teachers in the disciplines of scholarship, including medical science, Health Science, Engineering, Computer Science, the Basic Sciences, Legal Sciences, Management and Languages.
Al-Dawood mentioned that this exhibition is an indication of the state's interest in providing the best career opportunities for national competence that are trained and qualified academically and scientifically with high-level to participate in the service of the development process led by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques - may God preserve him -.
He added that the university's participation in the " Exhibition of Profession Day" emphasizes its quest to attract the graduates of the program of King Abdullah for Scholarship to work in it and "contribute to the recruitment of the talented of this program, which allowed the universities a great opportunity to localize their academic jobs and occupy them with the children of our dear country. Those scholars achieved the aspirations of our wise leadership and confirmed its aspirations that they will return to their country and has been armed with science and knowledge."
Al- Dawood conclude his speech thanking the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz and the Crown Prince and Crown Deputy – may Allah protects them -, for their ongoing support to their student children(male and female) in the Higher Education stage regarding scholarship program. This program absorbed large numbers of students who will return to contribute to the advancement and welfare of our country.
He also thanked the Minister of Higher Education and the Deputy Minister of Higher Education for what the Ministry is doing to oversee scholars and motivate them to provide the best levels of achievement the is expected from them.
In this regard, the Vice-President of the University, the Head of the participant Delegation, Prof. Marea Bin Hussein Al-Qahtani praised the program of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques of the scholarship, stressing that it contributes to make the citizen of our country capable of moving forward towards achieving the desired goals, in addition to the development of the Kingdom in various fields. Regarding the Graduation Day, he said, "The graduation of the Seventh group of the program reflects our wishes and aspirations, as citizens, as well as the wise leadership of students' excel and obtaining cognitive and cultural uniqueness, and soon their involvement in the process of construction and modernization, and to contribute to the overall development."
He continued, "This is what makes the university keen to attract a number of those graduates whom the University is proud of. The University seeks to offer a number of academic jobs that will contribute, God willing, in pushing academic work at the university."
In the same context, the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine Prof. Abdullah Asiri said that the "Profession Day" is the bridge between the academic life for scholar students and career when involving in the labor market and provide it with qualified and trained national competencies that have the greatest impact in advancing the development and progress of the nation.