KSA budgets $714mn for education projects

Deals include the construction of science and engineering universities across Kingdom

Saudi Arabia will spend $714mn to develop a number of education projects across the country.

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Saudi Arabia’s higher education ministry has awarded contracts worth $714.6mn for a number of university projects it was announced earlier this week.

The deals include the construction of science and engineering contracts, a report in Arab News said. Other projects include the construction of the College of Dentistry at the University of Jazan for $42.6mn, the College of Medicine at Baha University for $36.7mn and the College of Engineering in Dawadmi under Shaqra University for $40.4mn.

Other contracts also cover the building of a number of projects at the University of Taif, including the College of Applied Medical Sciences for $30.4mn and the College of Education for $22.85mn, the College of Administrative and Financial Services for $22.8mn and the College of Community Service for $22.6mn.


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