As part of its continuous support to the Saudi Students in Australia, JC Travel Professionals was the official sponsor of the graduation ceremony and witnessed 152 Saudi students graduate with their Bachelor, Masters and PhDs in Sydney last Sunday.
JC Travel Professionals was recognised by the Chargé d’Affaires of the Saudi Arabian Embassy, H.E. Mr Meshal Al Rogi, the Saudi Cultural Attaché for Australia, Dr Hesham Khadwardi, as well as the Saudi Students General Committee in New South Wales for the continuous support of their members studying abroad across Australia and New Zealand.
To commemorate this support, a plaque was presented to Mr Freddy Mikhael, owner and managing director of JC Travel Professionals, by both Mr Al Rogi and Mr Khadwardi.
“We are very proud and humbled as an organisation to be part of this wonderful occasion and witness some successful Saudi men and women, whom JC Travel Professionals’ team has been assisting with their travel for over 12 years now, excel and graduate with high honours” said Mr Mikhael.
“We’re always overwhelmed with emotions at graduation ceremonies as we treat each and every student as part of our JC Travel Family. We feel very special to be able to celebrate with everyone and witness this exceptional occasion as these tremendous young adults prepare to embark on their next journey,” he said.
The occasion marked a great opportunity for JC Travel Professionals to introduce the new version of its online booking system which was created in both English and Arabic so the support can be extended with special discounts beyond graduation for flight and accommodation bookings worldwide.
JC Travel Professionals has been handling the Saudi Arabian students travel management needs since 2005 and have since been involved in many occasions to support the various student clubs and organisations across Australia and New Zealand.
Freddy Mikhael is photographed receiving a THANK YOU PLAQUE in recognition of JC Travel Professionals continuous support of the Saudi Students with H.E. Mr Meshal Al Rogi, Chargé d’Affaires of the Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and Dr Hesham Khadwardi, the Saudi Cultural Attaché’ in Australia.