University and academy discuss cooperation and exchange of expertise

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AMMAN — The Princess Sumaya University of Technology and the Royal Jordanian Aviation Academy discussed cooperating in areas of training and exchange of expertise, as well as holding joint programs, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.اضافة اعلان

The vice president of academic affairs, Wejdan Abu Al-Haijaa, during her meeting with the vice president of the academy, Captain Odeh Raja Al-Khalayleh, presented the university’s most prominent achievements, its programs and activities, its future aspirations, and the international and Arab classifications it has achieved, and the awards won by its students.

According to a statement Wednesday, Abu Al-Haijaa affirmed the university’s keenness to exchange knowledge and expertise and share it with local and international academic institutions, which will reflect positively on the university’s progress, and achieve its vision to develop itself through cooperation with pioneering institutions.

For his part, Khalayleh praised the university's reputation and high position, expressing the academy's desire to cooperate with it in areas that serve both parties and improve their outputs.

The academy was established in 1966 under the guidance of the late King Hussein bin Talal, and was dubbed the Royal Jordanian Aviation Club until 1971.

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