In a strategic move to expand its regional reach
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, The American University of Sharjah recently signed a memorandum of understanding with the College of Islamic Sciences, which includes 12 schools in Jordan, in a signing ceremony organized by the university’s Office of Recruitment and Enrollment Management, aimed at expanding its scope. ” program, a strategic university initiative to promote the university’s sustainable partnerships with selected schools in the country, the Emirates and the region.
The agreement stipulates that the American University of Sharjah will provide partial scholarships to deserving students nominated by the school, support research, cultural, social and sports activities organized by the school and organize workshops for teaching and administrative staff in the schools. College of Islamic Sciences. The agreement also aims to attract distinguished students from diverse social, cultural and economic backgrounds to study at the American University of Sharjah.
The signing ceremony was attended by Dr. Muhammad Al-Darhouni, Acting Vice-Chancellor for Academic Affairs of American University of Sharjah, Ali Al-Shehaimi, Executive Director of Recruitment and Admissions of American University of Sharjah, and Lama Salhab, International Director. Programs in Islamic Science College Schools, and Dr. Muhammad Shatnawi, Education and University Adviser and several officials of both institutions.
Al-Shehaimi said: “Our decision to expand the scope of the ‘Sharaqa’ program underscores the vision of the American University of Sharjah to improve the global education system. Collaborating with Islamic Science College schools in Jordan to benefit from diverse talents and promote cross-cultural educational enrichment is a step towards achieving this vision.” It is the fourth regional partnership established.
For his part, Salhab said: “The joint agreement between the American University of Sharjah and the College of Islamic Sciences in Jordan has many benefits for our students and is a very important step in improving education and expanding educational opportunities for the school. The students will appreciate the prestigious status enjoyed by the American University of Sharjah, science and culture. It also gives a rich global dimension.” This partnership can provide many opportunities for cultural and academic exchange between the two institutions, which will improve the quality of education and expand the areas of study and research.”
Through the “Sharqa” program, American University of Sharjah is strengthening ties with selected schools in the country and region to engage school students and teachers in various events and activities organized by the university. For more information on the “Sharakah” program, visit www.aus.edu/sharakah.
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About American University of Sharjah
Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi founded the American University of Sharjah in 1997. In his vision for the university, Sheikh Sultan envisioned it as a distinguished institution of higher learning. Against the backdrop of Islamic history and the aspirations and needs of contemporary society in the Emirates and the Gulf region.
The University is established on a solid foundation of merit and international academic reputation. It stands for excellence in teaching and research. It is internationally recognized and recognized by employers around the world for preparing graduates with the knowledge and skills needed for the 21st century.
Our students are valued not only by academic success, but also by participating in dynamic campus activities and embodying our ideals of openness, tolerance and respect. This combination of academic excellence and community spirit ensures that the university is home to world-class faculty and students who strive to become innovators, thinkers, contributors and future leaders.
About Islamic Science College Schools
The College Schools are located in Amman. The Islamic Science College Schools were established in 1947 and opened by His Majesty King Abdullah I, and many kings, princes and nobles from the Kingdom of Jordan and other countries studied in them. Islamic Science College Schools is a non-profit institution that uses an educational philosophy that stems from the mission and vision of the Islamic Cultural Society, which aims to create conscious, cultured generations based on tolerant Islamic teachings. With everything new. Islamic Science College Schools offer International Baccalaureate (IB), British Program (IGCSE-IAL), British Applied Educational Program (BTEC) and American Program (HSD) and national programs in addition to student numbers. Around 7,200.