Aqaba University, Khalil Al-Rahman Charitable Society ink grant program memo

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AQABA— AqabaUniversity of Technology and Khalil Al Rahman Charitable Society on Tuesday signed a memorandum of understanding that will open the door for the society’s high school students to receive scholarships from the university, according to the Jordan News Agency, (Petra).اضافة اعلان

The memorandum was signed by the university’s president, Muhammad Sanad Abu Darwish, and the charitable society’s vice president, Mahmoud Al-Natsheh.

The agreement also aimed at supporting the children of the association’s general body who are successful in both the Tawjihi (general secondary school certificate examination) and the intermediate university certificate examination and wish to study at Aqaba University of Technology for the academic year 2021–2022.

In an interview with Petra, Abu Darwish said: “This cooperation comes within the plans and aspirations of the university to provide partnerships, cooperation programs, and grants that include various groups of society.”

The university president added that the 50 places will be distributed among the university’s disciplines, including pharmaceutical sciences, architecture, civil engineering, artificial intelligence, software engineering, physical therapy, medical and radiological imaging, business administration, occupational education, and public safety.

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