The Dean of Faculty of Science at Kuwait University Dr. Reda Al-Hassan praised Kuwait Finance House's (KFH) initiative in preparing 2 statistics labs equipped with the most advanced technology and computer software. The labs will assist students and professors in preparing important researches in various fields of knowledge, stating that this is not the first time KFH supports society, and plays a role model worth following for the private sector, which is fully aware of its responsibilities towards society. This leads to a great development for the nation and its people, since knowledge and education are the pillars of the development and flourish of nations in all fields, especially the economic one.
He stressed that the Faculty of Science at Kuwait University is considered one of the universities that is globally recognized, especially the Bachelor degrees that it offers in 4 of its sections, which are approved by the Royal British Assembly.
On the other hand, the General Manager of KFH Mohamed Sulaiman Al-Omar said that supporting the educational process in all its forms and phases has top priority in KFH's strategy towards social work, believing in the importance of education in society and its paramount role in preparing youths who are capable of leading any development plans to success, and developing Kuwait now and in the future. He added that KFH supports education, its institutions and its students. It feels that it cares for every Kuwaiti, serves every home and family, and contributes with every father in the noblest of goals, which is building a well-educated generation that can achieve prosperity to its nation.
Al-Omar explained during his speech in the occasion that was organized by the Faculty of Science after the opening of 2 scientific labs donated by KFH, that sponsoring students and educational institutions is not limited to providing educational tools and needs that offer the highest level possible of performance to serve the students and the teacher, and upgrading the educational institutions to make it on the same level of their international counterparts, but KFH also contributes by recruiting the graduates by offering them suitable jobs for fresh graduates, whether at KFH or its many subsidiaries, where KFH is rendered the most attractive in recruiting and training Kuwaitis in the private sector. This is done through an intensive program that qualifies them to work for it or in any other place, especially after gaining all the necessary skills needed to launch a successful career. Moreover, Al-Omar stressed that the Faculty of Science has a special status, since scientists, researchers, and inventors graduate from it, in addition to its strongly related through its studies to many important fields in Kuwait, like oil, which is the primary source of income.
Dr. Salah Al-Khamees, a professor at the college, announced that KFH's keenness in sponsoring the college clearly reveals the value of educational institutions to KFH's management, and that this support shows the importance of partnership between the both the governmental and private sectors in pushing education forward; especially that most esteemed universities in the advanced countries are owned or run by the private sector.
The college, represented by staff and students, and on behalf of the university, warmly thanked KFH for its benevolent contribution. Everybody expressed their happiness and faith that these new labs will assist them greatl