AMMAN – A delegation made up of students currently attending the University of Bedfordshire’s hosted programmes at Middle East University visited BEDS’ headquarters in Luton, UK. The delegation was accompanied by Dr. Hesham Abusaimeh, the Dean of International Programmes at MEU, and Dr. Sara Nasereddin, the Assistant to the President for International Affairs at MEU.
AMMAN – Students of the Faculty of Media at Middle East University organised the “My Books are Your Books” campaign to encourage students to exchange books, share knowledge, and promote a culture of reading. The campaign was organised by students Ibrahim Noweihi and Murad Katkat, who aimed to introduce students to the benefits of reading
AMMAN – Students of the Faculty of Media at Middle East University organised the “Alternative Medicine” campaign, targeting the University’s staff and students. The students introduced them to a number of natural treatment options including herbs and natural ingredients that can replace the use of traditional medicines, and informed them about the benefits of some
AMMAN – Middle East University, as represented by the Chairman of the Board of Trustees Dr. Yacoub Nasereddin, attended a ceremony held by Jordan Customs in celebration of the International Customs Day. The event was patronised by the Minister of Finance, Dr. Mohammad Al Ississ, on behalf of his Majesty King Abdullah II bin Al
AMMAN – Student Moath Al Anati of the Faculty of Media at Middle East University launched the “In Arabic” campaign with the aim to raise awareness about the importance of preserving the Arabic language. Al Anati highlighted the dangers of neglecting the Arabic language, which is especially apparent when observing the relationship that younger Jordanians
AMMAN – Students of the Faculty of Media at Middle East University carried out the “For a Greener Home” campaign in an effort to heighten Jordanian society’s awareness of environmental issues. The students carried out a number of activities, which included educating MEU students about the Jordanian agricultural sector and informing them of how agriculture
AMMAN – Middle East University, represented by the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Centre (IEC), inaugurated the Entrepreneurs of Jordan 2020 programme in cooperation with the University of Bedfordshire – Jordan, Umniah’s business incubator The Tank, and TechWorks. The programme is set to be the first of its kind ever held at a Jordanian university. Prof. Mohammad
AMMAN – Students of the Faculty of Media at Middle East University implemented the “Share Your Blessings” campaign, which aims to serve the local community and allow MEU to stand in solidarity with the less fortunate. The students organised a number of activities to show participants the importance of feeling with the less fortunate members
AMMAN – Students of the Faculty of Media at Middle East University implemented the “A Blink of Hope” campaign in an effort to educate Jordanian society on how to positively interact with visually-impaired individuals. The students began this campaign with the aim of spreading a culture of inclusivity through teaching members of the MEU community
AMMAN – Students of the Faculty of Media at Middle East University implemented the “Rise Above” campaign to combat gender discrimination against women. Through implementing this campaign, the students aim is to increase general awareness surrounding the various types of discrimination women typically face, including violence and inequality. They did so by distributing fliers to