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الخميس - 02 يونيو 2022
Thu - 02 Jun 2022
The MoU was signed by Dr. Saleh bin Mufleh Al Saqr, The President of the University of Hafr Al-Batin, and Mr. William Zhang, Deputy CEO of Huawei Tech Investment Saudi Arabia, in the presence of Dr. Abdulrahman Alzahrani , The Dean of computer college in UHB, And Dr. Fahad Alarjani, Head of Communications and Government Affairs at Huawei, as well as senior executives and staff from both parties.
Developing ICT skills is vital for realizing Saudi Vision 2030, which has digital transformation as a key pillar. While the Kingdom has made tremendous progress in developing its ICT skills base, its ambitious digital-first development program requires an enhanced ICT talent ecosystem.
From his side, Dr. Saleh bin Mufleh Al Saqr, The President of the University of Hafr Al-Batin said: "The appetite for advanced technologies among the young local talents in Saudi Arabia is very high. Therefore, we are confident the collaboration with a leading technology company such as Huawei will be a great success. Having a partner that provides global expertise is key to realizing the Kingdom’s Vision 2030. This collaboration reflects our commitment to preparing the future generation to play a key role in the country’s transformation journey.”
Eric Yang, CEO of Huawei Tech Investment Saudi Arabia, said: "Huawei is proud to partner with a leading University such as Hafr AlBatin as part of our continuous efforts to support universities in the Kingdom cultivate ICT talent that meets industry requirements, providing a high-quality talent for industry development. By deepening the cooperation with Saudi universities and enterprises, we can promote industry development and innovate talent development models based on enterprise requirements."
Dr. Abdulrahman Alzahrani , The Dean of computer college, said: "As a major ICT vendor, Huawei will introduce our students to the latest technologies that are relevant for the marketplace. This will, in turn, help our nation advance its development objectives and digital transformation requirements. We look forward to many more years of cooperation with Huawei as we jointly work together to advance the ICT sector in the Kingdom."
Launched in 2013, the Huawei ICT Academy helps universities cultivate ICT talent that meets industry requirements, providing high-quality workforce for the sector’s development. As a leading global ICT solutions provider, Huawei advocates for an open, shared, ICT talent ecosystem that benefits all parties. Through this initiative, Huawei builds a talent supply chain covering the entire process of learning, certification, and employment—by deepening the cooperation mechanism between universities and enterprises, aiming to promote industry development, and innovate talent development models based on enterprise requirements.
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