13 December 2021 Signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between Riyadh Valley Company and the College of Applied Medical Sciences to enhance the Output of Graduation Projects

On Monday, December 13, 2021, Riyadh Valley signed a memorandum of understanding with Applied Medical Sciences College at King Saud University with the aim of supporting the outcomes of graduation projects and strengthening cooperation between the two parties. The signage took place at the college, where Riyadh Valley Company represented by the CEO Dr. Khalid bin Saad Al Saleh, where the Applied Medical Sciences College was represented by The Dean Prof. Yazeed bin Abdulmalek Al-Alsheikh

 

Prof. Yazeed bin Abdulmalek Al-Alsheikh, Dean of Applied Medical Sciences College, stated: scientific research is a tool for the development of knowledge in various fields, therefore the university has paid all attention to encourage students and researchers to reach leadership in scientific research, in order to meet the 2030 vision.

Supporting scientific research among the most important factors for the growth and progress of society.  College of Applied Medical Sciences has shown a high research quality, therefore, it a vital source of knowledge for the health system and healthcare. The college is a multidisciplinary, which makes it a fertile environment for research and a source of science and knowledge in several fields. From this standpoint, the College of Medical Sciences is honored to nominate 10 graduation projects to obtain the financial support provided by Riyadh Valley Company. The college looks forward to continuing the partnership with the company to support the outstanding research.

 

Additionally, Riyadh Valley CEO Dr. Khalid Al Saleh explained: “The signing of the memorandum of understanding with Applied Medical Sciences College comes within the framework of achieving some of Riyadh Valley’s objectives of providing financial support to a number of graduation projects nominated by the college and actively contributing to the development of the knowledge economy, through the partnership between educational and research institutions and the business community and investment on a commercial basis by investing in joint projects that refine the experiences and practical application of university students and professors”.