French Ambassador’s talk coincided with the visit of a special program for the MBA and Master of Hospital Administration, in Arabian Gulf University Executive was briefed on the progress of the two newly inaugurated.
For its part, Professor Raffia Obaid Gubash, President of the AGU, said:
“The achievement of the operation of the programs successfully achieved through concerted efforts, deter the efforts of Dr. Philip Moluot Director of the French Institute, and Dr. Mansour Fadli cultural attaché at the Kuwaiti embassy in Bahrain, and the former French ambassador to French Republic in the Kingdom of Bahrain Malika Barak, who succeeded on their cooperation with the university in the launch of the program.”
Also the French Ambassador stressed the importance of the program during his visit, saying, “The project is very important for the Gulf Cooperation Council and the region as a whole, we see in Paris that the project will succeed and expand and we are happy.”
He added, “I am happy for this scientific dialogue between the Arab Gulf and France, where learning and exchange and dialogue of civilizations.”
For his part, Dr. Mansour Fadli speaking of Kuwaiti students enrolled in the programs that their testimonies would be adopted by the Kuwaiti Ministry of Education immediately after they are issued.
He said that, “You are learning in the one of best universities, and I guarantee that any certificate issued by the university is accredited certificate, and the Arab-French Institute of the best academic institutions in the region.”
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