Saudi’s Red Sea Project offers scholarships for 120 students

Once students graduate they will get a chance to work with the tourism development

Extending over four years (and one additional preparative year), the programme offers a curriculum about the hospitality industry
Extending over four years (and one additional preparative year), the programme offers a curriculum about the hospitality industry

Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea Development Company is offering “120 full scholarships” in the hospitality industry for high school graduates from the Kingdom, officials announced.

The scholarships for the academic year 2019-2020 are being offered in co-operation with the Prince Muqrin bin Abdulaziz University and Lausanne College of Hospitality.

According to the Red Sea Development website, the programme covers several majors and students will receive field training for two full semesters.

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Graduates will also be able to manage international hospitality projects from operations and project management to strategy and planning.

Officials also revealed that, once students graduate, they receive the opportunity to work in the Red Sea project or one of its affiliates.

Extending over four years (and one additional preparative year), the programme offers a curriculum about the hospitality industry.

The last date for submitting applications is September 5, 2019.

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