Saudi Arabia approves SR3bn deals to upgrade universities
- Saudi Arabia: Tuesday, February 19 - 2013 at 03:54
The Saudi higher education ministry has awarded contracts worth SR3.1bn to develop several universities in the kingdom, Saudi Gazette has reported. The contracts cover the construction and equipping of laboratories and lecture rooms for female students at King Abdulaziz University and the construction of academic buildings for female students at King Faisal University's faculty of business administration. The deals also cover the construction of an information technology centre, new students housing project, a services centre for teaching staff's housing district and a contract for the refurbishment of infrastructure in the university campus at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals in Dhahran.
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