A Memorandum of Academic Understanding with the Saudi Ministry of Education

Publish Date: 3/6/2017

This important memorandum between Naif Arab University for Security Sciences and the Ministry of Education is an important step in developing cooperation between the two parties. 

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The President of the University Dr. Jamaan ben Ragosh said that he is proud to sign this memorandum that strengthens the existing cooperation between NAUSS and the Ministry. He highlighted that this memorandum is part of the fruitful cooperation NAUSS has with educational and security related institutions both inside and outside of Saudi Arabia. He stressed that this is a result of the support given by the government of Saudi Arabia led by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz that has enabled the University to become a leading institution in actualizing international peace and security.


The President said that this memorandum is a valuable addition to the 185 memorandums that have already been signed with other institutions and organizations regionally and internationally.


Dr. Ragosh highlighted that such effective relations are part of fulfilling the directives of His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Naif bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Interior, and Head of the Council of Political and Security Affairs of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the directives of the Arab Interior Ministers. HRH is the Head of the Supreme Council of the University. These directives are aimed at opening new horizons both regionally and internationally with other institutions and organizations in the area of security and academia. Dr. Ragosh added that this memorandum will serve to enrich the academic programs at the University and diversify its sources of research and ultimately and in actualizing security.


This memorandum will enable both parties to participate in academic activities that are organized by each institution and to exchange publications and academic periodicals and work programs – as well as educational means and the exchange of experience and academic consultation.