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Tuesday, May 30, 2023
AAUP Sends a Group of Medical Students to Participate in the Cambridge Summer School of Neuroscience

In mid-June, a group of medical students from the Arab American University will participate in the Neuroscience Summer School which has annually been organized by the British University of Cambridge for 26 years.

The names of the participating students were announced in a festive atmosphere that brought together the Dean of the Faculty, Prof. Dr. Malik Zaben, the academic staff and the medical students.

Sunday, May 28, 2023
Students of the Faculty of Medicine at the Arab American University Use the Oxford University Platform for Virtual Reality

As a part of the University’s constant endeavor to provide the Faculty of Medicine with modern technologies and various means of education, an agreement has been concluded with Oxford Medical Education with simulation technology, through the Oxford-Palestine Foundation, to provide students of the Faculty of Medicine at the Arab American University with licenses under which students can use the Oxford platform for medical education technology in virtual reality.

Experts from the University of Oxford trained the students and the academic staff on the principles of using this platform effectively by holding a workshop via the Zoom platform, with the presence and supervision of the Faculty Deanship.

Wednesday, May 24, 2023
Students from the Faculty of Medicine Are to Receive Training at the British Universities of Oxford and Dundee

Almost 40 male and female students from the Faculty of Medicine at the Arab American University will spend the summer period in two prestigious universities in the United Kingdom, University of Oxford and University of Dundee, to be trained in the latest clinical skills as well as skills of communication with patients.

The Faculty Dean, Dr. Malik Zaben, stressed that this training course is the first of its kind, through which this number of students is sent with the aim of opening horizons of knowledge for students and opportunities for graduates of the Faculty of Medicine to get acquainted with the British medical system. Dr. Zaben also said that this training aims to establish networking, which paves the way for students to specialize in Britain after graduation easily and confirmed that it will be held annually and expanded to include other universities in Britain and other countries.

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