Education, Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia ties up with US university to enhance cybersecurity education

Prince Mohammed bin Salman College for Cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Technologies has reportedly signed a strategic partnership deal with Stanford University in the US.

Under the partnership, Stanford University will help the Saudi enhance its offerings in the fields of computer science and engineering in line with the standards of international learning institutions

Dr. Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz Al-Dahlawi, the dean of Mohammed bin Salman College, said that Stanford enjoys a globally renowned position in the and the agreement in the fields of computer science and engineering.

He added that Stanford will contribute to the development of academic content at the college covering cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, high-performance computing and cloud computing.

Dr. Khaled Al-Suwailem, from the Stanford Global Projects Center, said the agreement reflects the university’s belief in the importance of strategic partnerships and in Prince Mohammed bin Salman College as a specialised institution promoting knowledge and technology in support of Vision 2030.

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