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Saudi Arabia launches student visa program

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Saudi Arabia has unveiled a pioneering initiative with the introduction of a novel educational visa scheme aimed at enticing global students seeking academic opportunities within the nation.

Dubbed the “Study in Saudi Arabia” visa initiative, this collaborative endeavor between the Ministry of Education (MoE) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) was formally inaugurated during the Human Capacity Initiative conference held in Riyadh on Thursday, February 29th.

Tailored to attract international scholars and students, the visa program is poised to bolster the educational and research domains.

Through the specialized “Study in Saudi Arabia” platform, prospective international students eyeing enrollment in Saudi universities will have their visa requirements facilitated.

The platform offers a diverse array of academic pursuits, ranging from short-term courses to comprehensive academic programs, catering to a myriad of scholarly interests and professional aspirations.

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In line with the aspirations of Saudi Vision 2030, the platform actively advocates for academic and cultural collaboration, underscoring the Kingdom’s commitment to advancing its education sector and fostering a conducive environment for talent acquisition.

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