Saudi Arabia Announces 700 Fully Funded Scholarships. Pakistani students will be able to pursue diplomas, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees at the kingdom’s universities.
Islamabad: According to the state-run Associated Press of Pakistan (APP), Saudi Arabia has announced 700 completely financed scholarships for Pakistani students, allowing them to attend the top 25 universities in the kingdom. This announcement was made on Monday.
Saudi Arabia Announces 700 Fully Funded Scholarships:
The kingdom would provide 700 fully funded scholarships to Pakistani students to study for certificate, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degrees, according to a notice released by the Saudi Arabian embassy in Pakistan. at 25 Saudi Arabian universities.
Saudi Arabia Announces 700 Fully Funded Scholarships New Update 2023-24:
“The number of scholarships was 600, which has now been increased to 700,” the embassy stated in a notice, as per the APP.
According to the APP, students who fall under one of the following categories and are either legally residing in Saudi Arabia or Pakistan can apply for the scholarships online: https://studyinsaudi.moe.gov.sa/
Saudi Arabia Scholarship 2023 Pakistani Students:
According to the APP, scholarships from Pakistan will be provided to 75% of students, while scholarships to Pakistani students living in the Kingdom will go to 25% of students.
Interested parties can visit the following website to find out more about the application procedure and the scholarships. https//studyinsaudi.moe.gov.sa/
Furthermore, 600 Pakistani students received fully funded scholarships from the monarchy the year before. The program provided tuition, lodging, return tickets, medical care, and a monthly stipend of approximately 850 to 900 riyals. And a furnishing allowance for married students for three months.
It is important to note that scholarships from Pakistan will be provided to 75% of students. While scholarships to Pakistani students living in the kingdom will be awarded to 25% of students.
All principals and educational heads have been requested by the Higher Education Commission to announce and share the scholarship details with senior students (XI-XII / O-A Level) in their respective schools.