Sunday, June 20, 2021
AAUP and ACT Sign MoU

Dr. Iyad Yaqoub - The Head of the Board of Directors of the Policy and Conflict Resolution Studies Center in Arab American University and Mr. Mohammad Hadia- Representing ACT signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between both parties to enhance their joint work.

Dr. Iyad Yaqoub ensured that agreements with the civil society organizations are very important in order to benefit from the experiences of others and transfer knowledge to students and trainees, and to train students _especially students of Conflict Resolution and Intercultural Communication_ on the needed skills that will develop them and provide better opportunities in the labor market for them.

Wednesday, December 4, 2019
Signing the MoU between AAUP and the Ministry of Communication

Prof. Ali Zeidan AbuZuhri- the University President and Dr. Ishaq Seder- the Minister of Communication and Information Technology signed a MoU to collaborate in the joint fields and enhance the strategic relations between both parties for future projects.

The agreement contained the exchange of experts between the parties in the fields of Computer Engineering, Networks, Information Technology and Electronic Applications and Services. Also both parties will work on joint scientific studies and research projects, in addition to organizing conferences, activities and initiatives to achieve their goals.

Tuesday, December 4, 2018
The University and Dimensions Group Co. signed a memorandum of understanding to develop academic programs

The Dean of Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology at Arab American University, Dr. Mohammad Hamarsheh, and the Chairman of Dimensions Group Co., Mr. Hassan Qasem, signed a memorandum of understanding to enhance cooperation between the two parties.

The Dean of Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology Dr. Hamarsheh said that this memorandum will contribute the process of building and developing academic programs at the faculty and bridging the gap between the academic and private sectors by linking academic program objectives to the needs of local, regional and international markets. As well as developing competencies and skills in information technology and related systems.


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