Jeddah's KAU, HP ink deal to enhance job prospects for students
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Jeddah's KAU, HP ink deal to enhance job prospects for students

Jeddah's KAU, HP ink deal to enhance job prospects for students

King Abdulaziz University (KAU) in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia's largest university, has signed an academic training agreement global computer manufacturer HP to boost the job prospects of students in the local information technology sector, Arab News has reported. The deal, which allows access to the HP Institute's Accredited Technical Associate curriculum, aims to train 1,900 students within two years for the local employment market, said KAU's Dean of Computer and Information Technology, Dr Abdu Fatah Sulaiman Mashat.

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