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The President of PSUT meets with the Ambassador of Hungary

Monday, April 10, 2017 - 10:45

 

The President of PSUT, Prof. Mashhoor Al-Refai, met with the Hungarian Ambassador to Jordan, Mr. Csaba Czibere, and Dr. Eva Ladanyi, Cultural Attaché in the Hungarian Embassy, ​​in the presence of Vice President for International Relations Prof. Abdullah Al Zoubi.

 

Prof. Al-Refai gave a detailed introduction to PSUT, its academic programs and its international activities, highlighting in particular the joint programs with a number of overseas universities. He also reviewed the University's progress and its outstanding efforts in advancing the ICT sector in the Kingdom and providing it with well-qualified graduates, both academically and technically, prepared to work anywhere in the world. He pointed out that the University has obtained international accreditation from ABET for 4 programs of study in Computer Science and Engineering, in addition to the University’s King Talal School of Business and Technology being accepted as a member of AACSB. In addition, the University achieved excellent results in the National Proficiency Test 2016/2017, which was administered by the Higher Education Accreditation Authority, where PSUT ranked first among all Jordanian universities at the general level. In addition, students from the University obtained high ranking positions in various extracurricular activities on an international level.

The University received the support of the European Union for 32 projects, with five of them being under PSUT management. This has had a positive impact on the University as a whole, reaching its students, members of the teaching faculty, and the Administration, by drawing on and benefiting from European experience. Prof. Al-Refai expressed his desire to have the University get involved in educational projects with Hungarian universities, in particular with respect to cultural exchange programs for students.

The Hungarian Ambassador to Jordan, Mr. Csaba Czibere, praised Princess Sumaya University for Technology and expressed the Embassy's desire to find avenues of cooperation between the University and some Hungarian universities, wherever it is useful in serving the exchange of experience in the fields of research and teaching.