UK’s King’s college to open in Saudi Arabia

UK’s King’s college to open in Saudi Arabia

Besides, the country is planning to close eight Turkish schools by the end of the current academic year.

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to open the United Kingdom’s top ranked King’s college in the country this year to enhance the education sector and improve ties between Britain and Saudi Arabia, local media reported.

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Besides, the country is planning to close eight Turkish schools by the end of the current academic year.

It will be the first British independent school brand to open in Saudi Arabia. King’s College will also be the first school to open under the Royal Commission for Riyadh City (RCRC) under the flagship International School Attraction Program, which was launched with the Kingdom Ministry of Education and Investment.

“As part of our city’s strategy in enhancing the education sector, our partnership with the Ministry of Education along with the Ministry of Investment reflect RCRC’s commitment to providing education and learning opportunities for Saudi and foreign students,” said RCRC President Fahd Al-Rasheed.

The RCRC said the new school would exclusively educate students from KG to Grade 12 and benefit from King’s College’s international network of faculty.

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