Morgan team visits PMU business college
Dammam, March 31, 2011
A delegation of Morgan International (Morgan Holding) recently visited the College of Business Administration at Prince Mohammad bin Fahd University (PMU) to explore avenues of cooperation.
Dr Hesham Magd, acting dean of the College of Business Administration at PMU, received the Morgan Holding delegates.
The university authorities appreciated the visit to discuss relationship opportunities and collaboration between them for effective management education and training opportunities, a statement said.
PMU, as the fastest growing university in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia, is open to all opportunities which assure international standardisation and benefit the new generation, the statement said.
Dr Magd said a positive collaboration which is expected to take place between both the institutions is going to benefit the PMU community and the Kingdom as a whole.
Morgan International has expanded its reach to 31 major cities in the Mena region. – TradeArabia News Service
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