Education and Training

Building sustainable communities through education

Education and vocational training play a significant role in developing communities that are sustainable, for current and future generations. Education and training are two of the most important pillars in achieving positive social impact, and to build sustainable communities for current and future generations.

Through our dedicated education and training initiatives, we aspire to support students in their personal and scholastic development and provide them with opportunities beyond the classroom walls.

Abdul Latif Jameel World Education Lab

J-WEL aims to spark a global renaissance in education for all learners, by leveraging MIT’s resources to convene a global community of collaborators for sustainable, high-impact transformation in education through research, policy, pedagogy, and practice.

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Jameel-Toyota Scholars at MIT

The Abdul Latif Jameel-Toyota Endowed Scholarship was established in 1994 by Community Jameel at the Massachusetts Institute ofTechnology. Jameel-Toyota Scholars receive financial aid for undergraduate study at MIT and come from across Asia, the Middle East and North Africa.

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MITEF Arab Start-up competition

1001 Inventions

Uncovering a thousand years of scientific and cultural achievements from Muslim civilisation from the 7th century onwards.

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INJAZ-Saudi Arabia

In partnership with the National Commercial Bank and Savola Group, this programme aims to create employable Saudi youth for the country’s labour market by managing the transition from the education system to the workforce.

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Role Model programme

Targeted at Saudi youth, this programme uses power communication tools to convey important social messages and to promote the concept of hard work, respect and dedication.

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Life Skills Club

This scheme complements the education system in Saudi Arabia by working with Saudi youth to develop their behavioural skills and preparing for life after high school and university.

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