Amman – The University of the Middle East and the Royal Jordanian National Defense College have agreed to strengthen cooperation between the two countries, after the two sides signed a joint cooperation agreement in 2017.
This came during a joint working session held at the Middle East University with a delegation from the Royal Jordanian National Defense College, during which HE Dr. Yaqoub Nasser Al-Din, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Middle East University, praised the high level of the Royal Jordanian National Defense College in the fields of strategic sciences and employment. In achieving national goals.
Dr. Yacoub Nasser Al-Din said that the Royal National Defense College is considered a university on a regional level and is a source of pride for all of us as Jordanians, stressing that “the Middle East University is ready to provide all its capabilities to serve the college, we consider that serving the homeland, under the leadership of His Majesty King Abdullah II ELHussein”.
During the meeting, which was attended by the President of the Middle East University, Prof. Dr. Mohammed Al-Hailah, his deputies and deans of faculties, and a number of senior officers of the Royal Jordanian College of Defense, he briefed the college on its programs, plans and future directions, expressing appreciation for the partnership with the University. The College invited the University to attend and participate in the courses, lectures and conferences held at the College, including the Amman Conference and Crisis Management Exercise.
The cooperation between the Middle East University and the Royal National Defense College includes research and academic cooperation, exchange of faculty members with the aim of learning about each other’s expertise and experiences, providing joint lectures by disciplines, exchanging information and expertise, enhancing joint cooperation with scientific research, holding conferences, seminars and joint workshops, and exchanging publications. And the participation of students from both sides in conferences, seminars and workshops held by one side, and the use of scientific references available in the university library.
A number of students from the National Defense College attended a lecture on cybersecurity by Dr. Raymond Brown as part of the joint program between the Middle East University and the University of Bedfordshire.
Amman – The Faculty of Educational Sciences at the Middle East University organized a visit to the “Axis International” schools in Amman, with the aim of introducing its students to the academic programs and specializations offered by the university.
Dr. Osman Nasser Mansour, Head of the Department of Curriculum and Management at the College, said during his visit that the schools’ Director General, Mr. Ahmed Masalmeh, that these visits represent a true embodiment and translation of the Middle East University mission, based on serving the local community, and support their children and support their abilities and care.
For his part, Mr. Masalmeh praised the efforts of the Middle East University and its reputation in serving the local community, pointing out the importance of such visits, which familiarize students with the academic programs and specializations offered by the university, and the extent of its ability to meet their ambitions in the future.
Dr. Osman Mansour briefed the students on the Middle East University and its constructive, continuous and continuous role in providing the best bonds of cooperation between the University and the local community.
Amman – The Middle East University received a German academic delegation from Hamburg Technical University to discuss ways of joint cooperation and enhancing knowledge and research exchange between the two sides.
During the meeting, which was attended by the Head of Renewable Energy Department, Dr. Samer Asaad, Vice President for Academic Colleges Affairs, Dr. Alaeddin Al-Halhouli stressed that the Middle East University opened new horizons for new types of cooperation in the fields of knowledge transfer and benefit from the best international experiences. Prestigious international universities, within the framework of the university’s strategy to open up to the global space to develop university science and teaching methods.
For his part, the German delegation praised the experience of the Middle East University in attracting and embracing international universities in the Kingdom, pointing to the excellence of academic and administrative efficiency that manages the university, which reflects positively on the level of higher academic education in Jordan, praising at the same time the depth of bilateral relations between the two countries. Jordan and Germany.
Dr. Al-Halhouli gave an explanation of the university, its faculties, departments and academic programs offered in various degrees, in addition to the academic programs and specializations of the University of Bedfordshire, and the British Bachelor of Pharmacy (MPharm) program with the University of Strathclyde.
It is worth mentioning that the Middle East University seeks to gain many international academic relations to provide a high quality education level in the Arab world.
Amman – A meeting was held at the Middle East University with a delegation from the University of Strathclyde, founded in Glasgow, Scotland in 1796, the UK’s first technology university, to develop a business plan for partnership in business, engineering, law, literature, science, information technology, and artificial intelligence. After the two universities launched a joint program for pharmaceutical and pharmaceutical sciences in mid-September.
A memorandum of understanding was signed between the two sides in preparation for continuing the procedures related to the accreditation and standards of academic accreditation, and the development of courses and study plans.
Dr. Yacoub Nasser Al-Din, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Middle East University, said after the talks and the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding that these programs with international universities, with a long history in academic education and scientific research will enhance our local experience to promote the higher education sector and make it more responsive to the requirements of development. Comprehensive, more in line with recent developments in various fields of science, the information technology revolution, the fourth industrial era.
He explained that these joint programs meet the vision of His Majesty King Abdullah II Ibn Al Hussein to develop education in our country Jordan, through its components based on the best quality standards in the region, and through openness to the best global experiences, and benefit from them through cooperation and practical partnership.
He added that these programs would attract Arab students to Jordan, with the consequent income from the hard currency of the country, as well as bringing the distance for Jordanian and Arab students to study in British universities in Jordan, which provides them with a lot of material and moral burdens, especially as certificates It is issued by these universities and is also accredited by the Jordanian Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, and hence from all similar ministries in Arab and friendly countries.
Amman – The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the Middle East University, in cooperation with the American Embassy in Amman, organized a lecture on the skills of planning in the practical and scientific life of students, delivered by the Director of Linguistics at the US Embassy, Mr. Louay Azar, as part of a series of joint events recently launched by the Center. In partnership with the Embassy.
Speaking during the lecture, which was attended by the Director of the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the University, Dr. Abdul Rahman Zureik, and the Officer of External Communication and Education at the US Embassy Ms. Heather Diogardi, and a number of faculty, administrative and students, to talk about his career, and the challenges he faced during his career .
In turn, Dr. Abdul Rahman Zureik said that this meeting comes within the efforts of the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the Middle East University, to help and encourage entrepreneurs, especially students, to turn their innovative ideas into real projects locally and regionally, in addition to the impact of this topic On the objectives that the Center hopes to achieve in the near future.
The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the Middle East University is working to manage the entrepreneurship and innovation of students, and helps them on how to develop it, as well as its focus on creative ideas, and linking them directly with investors and entrepreneurs, in order to turn ideas into real projects.
Amman – The Middle East University held a reception on Wednesday to welcome new students for the academic year 2019/2020.
The Vice President for Humanities Colleges, Prof. Dr. Mahmoud Al-Wadi, in the opening speech of the ceremony, organized by the Deanship of Student Affairs in cooperation with the Center for Student Recruitment, and attended by deans of faculties and members of the academic and administrative bodies, welcomed the new students, stressing the message of the Middle East University based on the meanings of industry Future leaders, prepare students to assume responsibilities in the march of development and nation-building.
For his part, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Prof. Alaa Al-Halhouli, in a speech, called on new students to invest in the activities provided by the Middle East University, especially with regard to the activities and projects launched by the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, in order to refine the personality of the student and to recognize his abilities and talents And employ them.
In turn, the Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Mamoun Al-Hunaiti, that these events represent a real opportunity to inform new students on the services provided by the University, stressing that they represent part of extracurricular activities that the Deanship is keen to organize, because of its great importance in the march of students, especially It provides them with the requisite skills that qualify them for the labor market, and on the other hand contributes to serving the local community.
During the ceremony, artistic paragraphs presented by the Jordanian artist Hussein Al-Salman, in addition to various cultural and sports competitions, and theatrical and artistic performances, performed by university students, won the admiration of students and attendance.