Eversheds and A&O advise Saudi women-only college development
Eversheds and Allen & Overy (A&O) have scooped lead roles advising on the establishment of a £75m women-only college in Saudi Arabia. The Jeddah college is being set up by a consortium of three UK further educational bodies led by North East Surrey College of Technology (NESCOT) after the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia launched a SAR4bn (£689m) project to raise skills and build up to 11 learning institutions. The NESCOT consortium, which was selected ahead of more than 500 global organisations interested in running the college, also includes Highbury College Portsmouth and Burton and South Derbyshire College.
Eversheds and Allen & Overy (A&O) have scooped lead roles advising on the establishment of a £75m women-only college in Saudi Arabia.
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