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Amman – The University of the Middle East and the Royal Jordanian National Defense College have agreed to strengthen cooperation between the two countries, after the two sides signed a joint cooperation agreement in 2017. This came during a joint working session held at the Middle East University with a delegation from the Royal Jordanian
Amman – The Faculty of Educational Sciences at the Middle East University organized a visit to the “Axis International” schools in Amman, with the aim of introducing its students to the academic programs and specializations offered by the university. Dr. Osman Nasser Mansour, Head of the Department of Curriculum and Management at the College, said
Amman – The Middle East University received a German academic delegation from Hamburg Technical University to discuss ways of joint cooperation and enhancing knowledge and research exchange between the two sides. During the meeting, which was attended by the Head of Renewable Energy Department, Dr. Samer Asaad, Vice President for Academic Colleges Affairs, Dr. Alaeddin
Amman – A meeting was held at the Middle East University with a delegation from the University of Strathclyde, founded in Glasgow, Scotland in 1796, the UK’s first technology university, to develop a business plan for partnership in business, engineering, law, literature, science, information technology, and artificial intelligence. After the two universities launched a joint
Amman – The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the Middle East University, in cooperation with the American Embassy in Amman, organized a lecture on the skills of planning in the practical and scientific life of students, delivered by the Director of Linguistics at the US Embassy, Mr. Louay Azar, as part of a series
Amman – The Middle East University held a reception on Wednesday to welcome new students for the academic year 2019/2020. The Vice President for Humanities Colleges, Prof. Dr. Mahmoud Al-Wadi, in the opening speech of the ceremony, organized by the Deanship of Student Affairs in cooperation with the Center for Student Recruitment, and attended by