A delegation from the Engineering College at Jazan University visited the Engineering College at King Khalid University on Sunday 19/7/1438 H presented by the Vice Dean for Academic Affairs Dr. Ahmed Bou Taleb, Dr. Abdul Latif Bashiri, Assistant Professor at Mechanical Engineering Department, Dr. Abdulrahman Albar, Assistant Professor at Industrial Engineering Department, and Dr. Mohammed Nasser, Assistant Professor at Industrial Engineering Department. The main purpose of this visit was to benefit from the scientific and academic experience of the college and improve the cooperation between the two colleges in the academic and research as well as in the quality and ABET accreditation.
Dr. Ibrahim Idris Falqi had received the delegation members in his office and presented for them the history of the college, its scientific specialties and its leading programs in the fields of education, scientific research and community services, and its advanced positions in international classifications and its most important educational, research, administrative and community initiatives.
The delegation’s visit schedule included a meeting with the Dean of Engineering College Dr. Ibrahim Falqi and the Vice Dean of Academic Affairs Dr. Mohammed Al-Misfer in the college and a number of officials in the College. Also, the Guests has attend a meeting in the Quality Room in the College with the Quality team headed by the Vice Dean of Academic Development and Quality, Dr. Ali Al-Qozaim. Dr Ali presented the Faculty's specialties and admission systems and programs for undergraduate and postgraduate studies, and highlighted its projects and activities in the fields of academic development and e-learning, And the efforts of its contracts and cooperation with major universities and scientific centers and industrial sectors regionally and internationally. Also, he presented the experience of the College in the Academic accreditation ABET for three departments, Mechanical, Civil and Chemical engineering departments. The delegation also visited laboratories in each department and met with a number of faculty members.
At the end of the visit, the delegation presented a commemorative shield to the Dean and praised the academic and scientific level of the College and looked forward to have more opportunities of bilateral cooperation with the College in the fields of common interest in the nearest future. Also, the delegation thanked the College of Engineering and its staff for the hospitality and the distinguished program. By the end of the visit, the College held a luncheon for the delegation, which was attended by the Dean and a number of officials in the college.