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WMG welcomes Saudi Ambassador to prestigious conference organised by Saudi students

WMG at the University of Warwick are pleased to be hosting the 5th Saudi International Conference 2011 (SIC05) which runs on the University campus from 23rd – 26th of June and were even more delighted to welcome HRH Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf, the Saudi Ambassador to the United Kingdom, who visited the conference today, Friday 24th June 2011.

The conference is multidisciplinary with research papers from international academics and Saudi postgraduate students covering the subjects of Medical Science, Health & Social Studies, Engineering, Applied Science, Business & Economics, Politics and Law, Education & Linguistics, Humanities and ICT. The conference is organized by the Saudi Students' Clubs in the UK and Ireland. The program includes paper and poster presentations, professional training workshops, plenary panel discussions and a Saudi exhibition day.

WMG Director Professor Lord Kumar Bhattacharyya said :

“I was delighted to welcome The ambassador His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf, and Dr Bakri Assas Rector of Saudi Arabia’s Umm Al-Qura University, and to introduce them to Warwick’s Vice-Chancellor Professor Nigel Thrift and Coventry’s Lord Mayor Councillor Keiran Mulhall.”

“This is a prestigious conference packed with the latest research, with networking opportunities for policy makers, educators, researchers and colleagues from all over the globe and what makes it even more remarkable is that it has been entirely organised by highly talented Saudi students.”

For further information please contact:

Peter Dunn, email: p.j.dunn@warwick.ac.uk
Head of Communications, Communications Office, University House,
University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 8UW, United Kingdom
UK Tel: 024 76 523708 Mobile 07767 655860

PR93 24th June 2011