Haneen Bint Fouad Abu is a sign of success that should be highlighted through media outlets,
Her success story was written by a doctoral researcher, student Haneen Bint Fouad Abu Azza, who became the first Saudi female professor to lecture at the State University of Lille in northern France.
Haneen Abu Azza said in statements to the Saudi Press Agency, “I studied a master’s degree in business administration in Malaysia during the industrial boom phase there, and benefited a lot from that experience. Today, from the far east to the west, I decided to benefit from the European experience in business administration from France, as it is one of Europe’s strongest economies.
After that, Haneen joined the Sorbonne University, which is one of the most prestigious universities in the world, and was keen to present a distinguished scientific message centered on how to link social responsibility with economic success and high identity building.
In this regard, she said: “The doctorate is a somewhat complicated scientific stage, so I wanted to ease this stage by adding my passion for social responsibility for industrial marketing. The topic of the doctoral research was linking economic identity and its strong relationship with social responsibility, and I was honored to put the most important economic giants (SABIC) as the centerpiece of my message.
On the University of Lille’s choice of her: “I felt proud and a great responsibility on my shoulders as the first Saudi student to lecture at Lille State University, and I signed the contract as a lecturer for master’s students at IAE College, with the grace of God and then with the support of the government of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques.
Haneen added that the government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia views education as a strategic option to build a new society based on scientific and knowledge bases, in addition to supporting the representatives of my beloved country on the land of France.
Haneen pointed out that she teaches some specialized courses in marketing at the university.