Wednesday, April 24th, 2019, the president of Jordan University of Science and Technology, Dr. Saeb Khreisat, met the Arab cultural attachés and advisors in Amman representing Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Palestine and Bahrain. Scientific and cultural cooperation between the university and the Arab Cultural Attachés in Jordan was discussed, which is of interest to the Arab students studying in the university and the future plans for them in order to expand their base of admission to the university.
Dr. Khreisat started the meeting with a welcoming speech to the guests, expressing his great pleasure and happiness. He also stressed the university's keenness to strengthen cooperation with the cultural attachés to follow up all the affairs of Arab and foreign students studying at the university, describing them as an integral part of the students at JUST. Their graduates are spread all over the world, qualified by the sciences and knowledge they have learned from their university.
During the meeting, Dr. Khreisat presented a video showing the stages of the university's development, especially in the field of expanding the establishment of scientific and medical colleges, scientific centers supporting the teaching and research process in the university and the distinguished academic level held by the university at the local, regional and global levels – which positively reflect the quality of the outputs of the university and its plans and academic programs.
For their part, the guests praised the outstanding efforts made by the University for Arab and foreign students to receive the modern science and knowledge as well as their integration into the university students through various activities and extracurricular programs organized by the Deanship of Student Affairs.
At the end of the meeting, the delegation visited the agricultural exhibition held at the university. They briefed on the presentation of the products of the Faculty of Agriculture, the modern methods of irrigation and agriculture and the latest technology used in this field.