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Ministers thank Saudi Arabia for its support in improving the security of Naif Arab University

Ministers thank Saudi Arabia for its support in improving the security of Naif Arab University

Riyadh: The winners of the 2021-22 UK Alumni Awards were announced at a ceremony hosted by UK Ambassador Neil Crompton in Riyadh on Wednesday evening in Saudi Arabia.

Saudi graduates from UK universities in Jeddah, Dammam, Jubail, Kopar and Majma were honored for their outstanding achievements as professionals, businessmen and community leaders, and for their contribution to strengthening relations between the UK and the UK.

Organized by the British Embassy in Riyadh and the British Council, the ceremony was attended by senior government officials and British alumni.

The judges selected the winners in four categories: the Science and Sustainability Award, the Culture and Creativity Award, the Social Work Award, and the Organizational and Innovation Award.

Maha Al Museini, an alumnus of Imperial College London, was awarded the prize for science and sustainability. The Culture and Creativity Award was presented to Faisal al-Hamood, a graduate of the University of Nottingham. The Community Service Award was presented to Munira Al Subai, an alumnus of University College London, and the Business and Innovation Award was presented to Ahmed Al Harbi, an alumnus of Imperial College London.

The prestigious international award celebrates the achievements of British higher education and British graduates around the world.

Now in its eighth year, the award has received 1,500 applications from international UK alumni in more than 100 countries.

On this occasion, the British Ambassador said: I am pleased to host the UK Alumni Awards this year. We are very proud of our graduates who have developed their education as leaders in various fields, as winners of social change and to enrich the lives of those around them.

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He added: “The UK and Saudi Arabia share a strong and modern partnership. We see graduates of British universities as ambassadors to both countries. Congratulations to all the finalists and winners.

Elite Kennedy McLean, Country Director for the British Council in Saudi Arabia, said: “All the notable people we celebrate today have taken their education in the UK as a stepping stone to excelling in the life of their choice. Design the world around them.

“This year’s awards ceremony is a testament not only to the diversity and efforts of UK alumni, but also to the transformative impact of UK education – with 100,000 UK alumni, something to celebrate!”