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Saying goodbye to my wonderful faculty is more nostalgic than simple words can describe; it has truly become a second home.
When I first stepped into KASIT, I wasn't aware of the things awaiting me. All sorts of things; the good and bad, were the stones that honed my character in mere four years. It wasn't just the windows and doors opened for me; but my great colleagues, my wise teachers, and each and every staff worker I have come across; all of them and more things than I can mention in a few lines have become a source of warmth in my heart. They mean a lot to me, so much that the steps I walk into the same doors I did four years ago are becoming heavier and heavier every time I think is last. Saying goodbye to my wonderful faculty is more nostalgic than simple words can describe; it has truly become a second home. I'm going to terribly miss those days.
I already do.
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King Abdullah II College for Information Technology was and still maintains the pertinent atmosphere for volunteering in many scientific and social aspects
I am extremely grateful to the college that I graduated from, to our instructors, and to everyone who was credited with boosting knowledge and contributing to guidance, and even providing advice, as this regard has had a positive and explicit impact on the labor market. Besides that, and because King Abdullah II College for Information Technology was and still maintains the pertinent atmosphere for volunteering in many scientific and social aspects, this has contributed undoubtedly to improve and refine our personalities.
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Despite having differences between the study experiences and real work experience, the university is the pillar for building career in the technological sector. Therefore it is the responsibility of every student to find their passion and specialise in topics they love and build needed skills to start a great career
My deepest appreciation to the all the teaching staff who taught me. They were more than specialized doctors in teching, they guided me through my personal life to the correct path that lead to my success in personal and practical life.

Despite having differences between the study experiences and real work experience, the university is the pillar for building career in the technological sector. Therefore it is the responsibility of every student to find their passion and specialise in topics they love and build needed skills to start a great career
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