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As part of its ongoing efforts to develop and strengthen its relations with local and international institutions, Yarmouk University -through the Department of International Relations and Projects- has gained 40 academic and student exchange projects from the Erasmus Plus program for 2020, which makes the university the second Jordanian institution that achieves this number of partnerships with European universities.

The President of the University, Prof. Nabil al-Hilat, said that this achievement is a confirmation of the outstanding level and good reputation enjoyed by Yarmouk University internationally and regionally, praising the efforts of the Department of International Relations and Projects in achieving this international partnership and building such a network with several prestigious international universities. He also expressed his thanks and appreciation to the European Union, Erasmus Plus Program, and Erasmus Plus national office for the cooperation and continuous support of the university in the field of cultural exchange. He explained that this activity contributes to sharing knowledge, learning about the experiences of others, and exchanging academic, training, and research experiences, which helps the university to achieve its vision of reaching the world.

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The President of Yarmouk University, Prof. Nabil al-Hilat, welcomed to the university the director of the Office of the German Academic Exchange Authority in Amman "DAD", Gabriela Verks, discussing with her the possible ways of enhancing the cooperation between the two sides. At the beginning of the meeting, al-Hilat stressed Yarmouk's keenness to open channels of communication with various scientific and research institutions, which provides opportunities for students and faculty members to complete their higher studies or to get involved in certain scientific visits to various institutions  in different countries of the world. He explained that such a plan would reflect positively on the individuals' competence and abilities and expand their knowledge and open prospects for them to learn about diverse civilizations and cultures. He also pointed to the history of the strong academic relationship between Yarmouk and "DAD" where many Yarmouk students were able to complete their higher studies through grants provided by the Authority, calling for strengthening this cooperation.

For her part, Verks expressed the keenness of DAD to strengthen the cooperation with Yarmouk University in such a way, pointing to the various grants offered by "DAD", which enables university students and faculty members at all levels to continue their studies and research projects.

Noteworthy here is that the meeting was attended by the vice presidents, Prof Muwaffaq al-Omoush and Prof. Riad al-Moumni, as well as the Deans of the Faculties of Archaeology and Anthropology, Prof. Hani Hiajana, and al-Hajawi for Technological Engineering, Dr. Muwaffaq al-Otoom, and a number of faculty members and officials at the university.

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During his reception of the educational attaché at the Malaysian Embassy in Amman, Yarmouk President, Prof. Nabil al-Hailat, stressed the readiness of Yarmouk University to receive more Malaysian students wishing to study at the various faculties and programs of the University. He explained that Yarmouk University is proud of its Malaysian students and praised their hard work, educational achievement and commitment, and interaction with the various activities and programs carried out by the university through its deanship of students' affairs.

In return, Ben Wahab expressed the admiration of the Malaysian Embassy and Attaché in Yarmouk University and its long academic and educational history. He also praised the attention paid by Yarmouk to Malaysian students as well as other international students, especially during the Corona pandemic and its exceptional circumstances.

Noteworthy is that the meeting was attended by the university vice president, Prof. Riad al-Momani, the Dean of the Malaysian students' affairs at the Malaysian Embassy in Amman, Dr. Ziad Al Azzam, and the Director of the Department of Public Relations and Media, Mr. Mukhles al-Ebbini.

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In the presence of the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Faculty of Commerce and Industry of Oman, the President of Yarmouk University, Prof. Nabil al-Hilat, participated, through Zoom, in the inauguration ceremony of the new identity of Oman College of Management and Technology and the launch of the College's website, a ceremony that was sponsored by Reda bin Juma bin Mohammed al-Saleh, the president of the Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

At the beginning of his speech, al-Hailat congratulated the Sultanate of Oman as well as Omani citizens on the occasion of the 50th National Renaissance Anniversary; he pointed to the joint history between Yarmouk University and the Oman Collage of Management and Technology, which began in 2004 and extended over sixteen years. He then called for continuing the active and fruitful cooperation between the two parties, stressing that Yarmouk University will always try to achieve its goals on behalf of its students and the educational process in Oman.

In his turn, the Dean of the College, Prof. Walid Humidat said: “we believe that the new identity of the College will  contribute to the development of the college's strategy of maintaining high standards and fulfilling the administration's vision regarding empowering the College's status and role in the society".

Likewise, the Dean Assistant for Scientific Affairs, Dr. Mohammed al-Azzawi, delivered a speech in which he emphasized the College's pride in such a celebration in conjunction with the celebrations of the Sultanate's 50th National Renaissance Day. He stressed the keenness of Oman Collage of Management and Technology to play its role in advancing the development and prosperity of the Sultanate by preparing a promising generation of qualified young people who can serve the country in various fields.

Moreover, Hisher al-Mundhari, the President of the Foundation for Advertising and Marketing, explained the steps of designing the new logo that reflects the new identity of the College, pointing out that the College will always maintain and conduct its noble values, concepts and visions on behalf of the country and its citizens.

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According to "QS World", Yarmouk University obtains the (1006) rank at the level of the universities in the world, (34) rank at the level of the universities in the Arab World, and the third place among Jordanian universities. In fact, this is the first time Yarmouk University has come close to the top 1,000 universities in the world.

Interestingly, the Department of Physics at the Faculty of Sciences was ranked among the first 1,000 universities this year, and the Department of Computer Science at the Faculty of Information Technology and Computer Science obtained the rank of 551- 600 according to the Times ranking last year.

The University's President, Prof. Nabil Al-Hilat, expressed the pride of the Yarmouk University in this achievement, which reflects the university’s continuous efforts to develop its vision and plans and to enhance its heritage and long academic history. Similarly, the director of the Center for Accreditation and Quality Assurance, Dr. Abdullah Al-Khataiba, attributed this clear progress in the university's classification to the support provided by the university administration to the center and its programs, where the slogan "the Year of Quality" was raised this year at Yarmouk University. He added, "we hope that the university's rating will get further advanced in the coming years by the support of the faculty members' publication in Elsevier and Scopus indexed journals".

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