Under the leadership and assistance of Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Royal Commission for AlUla, the Minister of Culture, Prince Badr Al Saud, announced the opening of the third iteration of the Al-Ula Scholarship Program on his official Twitter account.
AlUla Scholarship Program’s Unique Features
The program allows scholarship students to obtain training in fields that will prepare them for tomorrow’s industry in AlUla, as well as to acquire the skills, experiences, and tools that will prepare them for the Al-Ula job market.
The initiative plans to send 1,000 students, with 400 being sent in each of the first and second phases, with the first batch graduating this year.
The scholarship program aims to develop human capacity in the city as well as give opportunities for cultural interchange and practical training.