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Saudi Arabia to Open Riyadh School of Tourism and Hospitality

Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Tourism, Ahmed Al-Khateeb, has announced the establishment of the Riyadh School of Tourism and Hospitality. This school, set to open in 2027, will offer top-notch training in the field of tourism and travel.

The campus, sprawling over an impressive five million square meters in Qiddiya, will be a testament to the country’s commitment to providing world-class education in tourism and hospitality. The project, costing over $1 billion, is seen as a gift from Saudi Arabia to the global community, as it will be open to individuals seeking the highest quality training in this industry.

The Qiddiya project, where the school will be situated, is a significant initiative launched by Crown Prince and Prime Minister Mohammed Bin Salman. It is poised to become the world’s largest cultural, sports, and entertainment city.

In addition to the school, there have been recent developments in infrastructure projects within the Qiddiya city, signaling further progress and expansion in this ambitious venture. These include the construction of major networks, roads, utility systems, bridges, water treatment facilities, and more, adding vital infrastructure to support the project’s vision.

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