Jazan University


Jazan University is a gateway to the future for Jazan Province and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. They are recognized nationally and internationally for their academic excellence, competent graduates and high impact research which influences social and economic regions around the world.


7C Lingo teamed up with area universities to provide a two-week training for technical and vocational education leaders from Saudi Arabia. The group’s overall mission is to build community awareness of the importance of technical and vocational training, and to provide training opportunities for males and females of all age groups. However, their strategic plan was a long-term plan. It contained little in the form of short-term objectives for the upcoming year.Jazan’s educational leaders recognized

Jazan’s educational leaders recognized this, and reached out to 7C to develop a comprehensive learning experience in which they could observe various U.S. educational institutions and their teaching methods.


Jazan University had the opportunity to examine best practices from leading Michigan community colleges and incorporate what they learned into their respective institutions. The 7C team was able to foster educational connections in the Middle East and around the globe while setting up the backbone of the program.7C developed the ‘Global Business Management Workshop’ in

7C developed the ‘Global Business Management Workshop’ in its entirety with curriculum, collaborative content, and organizational materials to examine strategic planning for managers in vocational technical education.

We also organized over informational visits to various sites in the Lansing/Detroit area, Washington D.C., Chicago, and New York City. Finally, the 7C team facilitated over 25 workshops ranging in focus from Logistics Supply Chain to Global Business Strategies to American Business Culture & Etiquette. All taught by industry experts or professors of Big 10 Universities.

  • Client Jazan University, International Programming
  • Date March 17, 2014
  • Tags Training
  • URL View Project

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