JU president, S. Korean envoy discuss cooperation

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An undated photo of the University of Jordan campus. (File photo: JNews)

AMMAN  — President of the University of Jordan (JU) Nazir Obeidat discussed Tuesday with South Korean Ambassador to Jordan  Lee Jae-wan ways to strengthen cooperation between the university and the embassy, according to Al-Ghad News.اضافة اعلان

Obeidat said that the university is concerned with developing and strengthening its strategic partnership and benefiting from international expertise in all fields, pointing to the possibility of cooperation in the field of public health programs and public policies, through the National Institute to be established at the university for this purpose, and expressed appreciation for the support provided by the Korean government to the university over the years.

JU Vice President Zaid Eyadat called for increasing the number of Korean students studying at the university and opening more prospects for cooperation between Jordan University and Korean universities, especially in training students in digital technology.

JU Chancellor Institutional Performance and Strategic Planning Rami Ali requested a renewal of the full scholarships that used to be granted by the South Korean government to outstanding students to pursue doctoral studies in South Korea.

The meeting was attended by the attaché at the South Korean Embassy, Chang Ji-hoon, the director of the International Affairs Unit at the university, Hadeel Yasseen, and by the assistant to the vice president for international affairs, accreditation and quality affairs Sheera Mahasneh.

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