The University’s President Prof. Ali Zidan Abu Zuhri welcomed a delegation from the Palestinian 1948 territories, academics and jurists in the field of law to enhance communications and develop a study plan dedicated for students from the 48 territories to study at AAUP - Faculty of Law.
The meeting was attended by VP of Academic Affairs Dr. Zaki Saleh, VP of Training Affairs Dr. Nizam Dhiab, VP of Planning and Development Dr. Moath Sabhah and VP of Administrative and Financial Affairs Mr. Faleh Abu Arrah, Assistant VP of Administrative and Financial Affairs Eng. Bara Asfour, Dean of Faculty of Law Dr. Ghassan Alian, Director of the University's liaison office in Nazareth, Dr. Mofid Gassoum, and PR Officer Raed Abu Bakr and Samah Duhadi.
The delegation's visit comes to enhance the communication between the two sides through the meetings done with the decision makers, institutions, civil society, academics and experts from the Palestinian 1948 Territories to develop ideas for the development of study plans for students to enroll in the Faculty of Law.
The university’s president Prof. Abu Zuhri, welcomed the guest delegation and stressed the importance of strengthening communication with the Palestinian 1948 Territories, especially that the big share of AAUP students are from. He pointed out that the university is seeking continuous development and is based on several objectives, notably academic development, scientific research, community service.
He explained that the university is also seeking to provide students with all they need, especially students from the 1948 territories according to the labor market, noting that the Faculty of Law started to teach courses in Hebrew, which helps students to recognize the laws of the 1948 territories and contribute in the labor market.
The delegation praised the role played by the university, assuring that it is considered to be a distinguished educational institution in the Palestine, pointing out that the existence of the university and the enrollment of their children is a big benefit for them, regarding the costs of studying aboard, as they showed their willingness further collaboration with the university for the benefit its students.
Furthermore, a meeting was held with the Faculty of Law, the dean of the faculty and faculty members, in which consultations were held and proposals were developed with the aim of developing a specific study plan for the students to enroll in the Faculty of Law, assuring the need to communicate in order to reach to the desired goal.