Students from Palestine Polytechnic University participate in external field training in the Arab Countries' universities

Seventy students from various colleges of Palestine Polytechnic University left their homeland for universities in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Egypt, Oman and the Kurdistan Region of Iraq / Erbil as part of the training exchange program between Arab universities, organized by the Arab Council for Training Students of Arab Universities.
It is noteworthy that the University has received many training opportunities in various disciplines, by participating in the twenty-fifth forum for the exchange of training offers for Arab university students, upon a representation from Dr. Waleed al-Remawi, the Dean of Student Affairs at Palestine Polytechnic University. The Forum was held in the Egyptian city of Dahab under the patronage of Misr University for Science and Technology in the period from December 5  to 8, 2018.
The officer of external field training Eng. Alaa Jalal Al-Tamimi said that this was the fourth consecutive year in which the university students participated extensively in external field training. This training aimed to serve students, refine their information, and enable them to carry out scientific and practical experiments, as well as providing an opportunity to introduce them to their specialization and compare it internationally with other universities. In addition to that, he said,  this training would help the participant students to exchange their cultures and experiences among them and get know the culture of the other participant universities in this training for a period of one month. He added also that  Palestine Polytechnic University received three students from Al-Zaytoonah University of Jordan and started implementing a specialized training program for them.
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