Syrian students have been offered 200 scholarships by Saudi Arabia’s King Khaled University (KKU) to for the coming academic year, Arab News has reported. Saad bin Mohammed Dajam, KKU’s dean of admission said about 3,000 Syrian students would be accepted this year for places at universities across the country under the education programme. Those applying for bachelor’s degrees must have high school diplomas, or equivalent. Those wanting to enrol for master’s and doctoral degrees should have the appropriate undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications, he said.
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