Saturday, June 1, 2019
BOP signs an MoU to support Doctoral Program in Business

Bank of Palestine and Arab American University signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to support PhD program in Business as part of its contribution to support higher education. The memorandum of understanding was signed at the headquarters of the Bank of Palestine's in Ramallah, in the presence of Mr. Rushdi Al-Ghalayini General Manger of BOP and Mr. Faleh Abu Arrah, Vice President of Financial and Administrative Affairs from AAUP.

In the agreement terms, the Bank will provide special financial support to Ph.D. Business students at Arab American University. Where this program has excellent educational features specially in applying quantitative and qualitative research methods in the field of business as an in-depth knowledge and understanding of research and applications in main business areas, this Ph.D. program will enable the graduate to apply the outcomes with either an academic or industry focus.

Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Part of Singing the Agreement

The President of the Arab American University Prof. Ali Zedan Abu Zuhri, and the Secretary of the Qatar Permanent Committee for the Support of Al-Quds, MG Bilal Natsheh, signed a cooperation agreement that aims primarily to provide the educational and cultural sector in Palestine through financial funding to help Jerusalem students.

The university president, Dr. Abu Zuhri, stressed the importance of cooperating with the Qatar permanent committee to support Al-Quds, especially supporting Jerusalem students who face many difficulties.

The Secretary of the Qatar Permanent Committee for the support of Al-Quds, MG Bilal Natsheh said that the cooperation between the two parties will contribute in decreasing the financial burden on Jerusalem students through aid programs and scholarships. where they suffer from occupation policy which targets their identity.

Wednesday, April 24, 2019
Part of signing the agreement

In the ceremony that took place in Jenin, Palestine, on the 24th April, the University of Exeter team were represented by Professor Peter Turnpenny, Professor Andrew Crosby and Dr Emma Baple. From the AAUP, Professor Ali Zeidan, Dr Dalal Iriqat, Dr Reham Nazzal, and Dr Nouar Qutob. 

The Exeter team expressed their excitement for this collaborative Initiative to improve health care for patients, families and communities affected by rare disease through translational genomic medical research, student exchange and training between the two institutions.


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