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KFH participates in business college’s graduation ceremony

KUWAIT: As part of its social responsibility and keenness to support students and youth, interest in science and honor the distinguished, Kuwait Finance House (KFH) participated in the graduation ceremony for students at the College of Business Administration at Kuwait University.

Being keen to participate in these occasions, KFH believes that the youth are the mainstay of the future and the real wealth in the economy system and other vital areas, and they are the basic building block in the process of development and achieving scientific progress in the country. KFH considers these occasions as a motivational transition from the academic life to the working life.

Within its strategy, KFH aims to focus on youth and education among its priorities by supporting students’ graduation projects and their various initiatives and enabling them to employ their educational attainment into a practical reality that adds value to society. This reflects the bank’s leading position locally, regionally and globally, and consolidates its role in social responsibility and support of the national cadres.

KFH was honored in appreciation of its participation, care, continuous support and annual presence at the graduates’ ceremony, in addition to the bank’s confidence in the important role of the college in the educational process. KFH considers investing in national youth capabilities and benefiting from their scientific skills and competencies, the best investment. The national element is an essential factor in the development process.

Faculty member at the College of Business Administration, Finance Department, Dr Turki Al-Shammari, praised the efforts of KFH’s continuous support for the activities of youth and students in general, and for the activities of the College specifically, appreciating the bank’s participation in sponsoring the students’ graduation ceremony, as well as the social initiatives and keenness to motivate students and support their initiatives and activities.


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