ACK students complete internship in NBK
Australian College of Kuwait's (ACK) students had the experience of a lifetime as they completed an internship program with the National Bank of Kuwait (NBK). As a part of ACK's continuous efforts to improve the skills of its students and in preparing them for the real-world corporate responsibilities, ACK has collaborated with NBK to provide training to its students through a 3-week internship program. Over the years, NBK has remained the leading and largest financial institution in Kuwait with effective market dominance in the commercial banking market.
Commenting on this partnership, the Executive ManagerHuman Resources at NBK, Nawaf Al-Khalaf commented: "The relationship between ACK and NBK has been always special and we are so happy to collaborate closely with ACK and strengthen it while training and empowering ACK's students in the banking industry." Meanwhile, the Acting Associate Dean - School of Business and Assistant professor, Dr Sam Toglaw commented: "ACK's partnership with NBK was a great experience for our students to better prepare them for what awaits in their future corporate endeavors. It brings great pride to us and adds to the ongoing milestones ACK achieves in bettering the standards of education for its students."
ACK delivers a unique mix of practical and theoretical learning, therefore the College strongly believes in providing internship opportunities to its students, such as this, to experience things taught in the classroom and how they are applied in a professional setting. In turn, this provides ACK graduates with invaluable skills and knowledge to further their development and prepare them for their professional careers.
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