The President of the University of Jordan, Prof. Ekhlief Tarawneh discussed during a meeting in his office today with the Moroccan ambassador in Amman, Hassan Abdul Khaliq, ways to strengthen scientific cooperation between UJ and the Moroccan universities.
Prof. Tarawneh displayed transformations witnessed by the University, especially the expansion in the establishment of scientific schools, centers and observatories, referring to courses offered to students; currently about 38 thousand students.
Prof. Tarawneh referred to UJ's openness to the outside world, especially cooperation with international universities; to share experiences and scientific knowledge, pointing in this regard to the number of international student, this year from 82 countries, which indicate a proper climate for the exchange of cultures and world traditions within the university community.
For his part, Ambassador Abdul Khaliq stressed on the deep relations between Jordan and Morocco, founded by the leaders of the two countries in all fields.
H.E. Abdul Khaliq pointed to the Moroccan universities' keenness to establish scientific relations with UJ, especially Mohammed V University, through the conclusion of memoranda of understanding that focus on scientific exchange, faculty members and student exchange and conducting research of mutual interest.
The Ambassador confirmed that the University of Jordan joins a good scientific reputation among universities and institutions of higher education in Morocco.
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