AMMAN – Researcher and Faculty of Educational Sciences student Raghda Yousef Sary al-Masaafah defended her Master’s thesis, titled [strategic entrepreneurship and its relationship to the managerial creativity of public high-school principals’ in Amman from the viewpoint of their assistants]. The researcher investigated the said relationship by adopting the associative descriptive method. She developed two tools
AMMAN – Researcher and Faculty of Educational Sciences student Buthaina Yacoub al-Jufeirat defended her Master’s thesis, titled “The Extent to Which Public High-school Principals in Madaba Practice Management by Objectives and its Relationship to Technical Competencies from Teachers’ Viewpoint”. The researcher investigated the extent to which principals of public high-school in Madaba practice management by

MEU’s ISO 9001:2015 Recertified

AMMAN – DNV GL’s audit team decided to recertify Middle East University’s ISO 9001:2015, upon assessing its effective implementation of the quality management system in accordance with international standards. The University celebrates yet another successful endeavour towards advancing its academic and administrative performances. The Acting University President, Prof. Ala’aldeen al-Halhouli, said, “Our wise administrative vision
AMMAN – The global education sector faced numerous challenges due to the Coronavirus outbreak; starting from governments’ decision to shut down all educational institutions to limit the spread of the virus, to activating distance learning platforms, and holding thesis assessment sessions online. According to TechCrunch statistics, downloads of applications that facilitate the distance learning process
AMMAN – The International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning, a Q2 journal covered by Scopus, published a Master’s thesis titled “The Effectiveness of Using Animation on Academic Sciences Achievement in Science Subject among the Third Grade Students in Al-Jeezah District Schools” conducted by student Foza al-Zaben, studying Information and Communication Technology in Education at
AMMAN – Researcher and Faculty of Information Technology student Yusra Majed al-Sharaf defended her Master’s thesis, titled [detecting scam websites using group categorisation]. The researcher investigated ways to deal with the different types of online scams, and presented a clear definition of these attacks as she deemed her efforts necessary due to the increasing number
AMMAN – The MEU Toastmasters Club held an online discussion session with al-Bayan Toastmasters Club via Zoom, with members of other regional toastmasters clubs in attendance. The session, titled “Smile for a Nicer Picture”, was moderated by Dr. Saleem Sharif, the Assistant to the President at Middle East University, and Mr. Mohammad Abu Olia, the
AMMAN – Middle East University, represented by the Department of Tourism Management at the Faculty of Business, launched an initiative to encourage internal tourism to local attractions, medical centres, and religious sites. The initiative was also targeted at developing and computerising the services offered by tourism and travel agencies. The Head of the Department of
AMMAN – The Faculty of Educational Sciences at Middle East University produced 27 research papers that were approved for publication in journals covered by Scopus. The Faculty responded to the University’s Board of Trustees’ directions to expand and exert further research efforts. Prof. Atef al-Maqableh, the Dean of Educational Sciences, said, “Since the beginning of