According to the agreement, students of the University of Uzbek Language and Literature will be able to use the e-university’s “Learning Arabic language online” program.
The agreement was signed by the rector of the Saudi e-university Dr. Laylak bint Ahmad as-Safadi and the representative of the Tashkent State University of Uzbek Language and Literature named after Alisher Navoi, associate professor of Oriental languages Murtaza Saydumarov. designed to meet the needs of non-native speakers to learn Arabic, making it possible to organize the study of Arabic without being tied to any time and geographical space. It can accommodate an unlimited number of students who want to study, eliminating traditional barriers to education, saving on tuition costs and freeing them from travel worries.
The Saudi e-University is a public higher education institution established in the country in 2011 and was the first to introduce distance learning and continuing education. The University includes the Faculty of Management and Finance, the Faculty of Medical Sciences, the Faculty of Information Technology, the Faculty of Exact Sciences and Theoretical Research. The university offers bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees, as well as continuing education and lifelong learning courses.