Tuesday 2 August 2022 – 15:33
ABU DHABI, August 2 / WAM / The College of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences at Al Ain University has entered into a memorandum of understanding with the College of Arts for Humanities and Social Sciences at the Technical University of Dresden in Germany to strengthen the bilateral cooperation relationship between the two parties.
The memorandum was signed by Professor Bruno Klein, Dean of the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at Dresden University of Applied Sciences, and Dr. Sana Ashour, Director of the Applied Sociology Program in the College of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences, on behalf of the Deanship of the College of Education at Al Ain University.
The memorandum aims to promote academic and cultural exchange in education and scientific research by encouraging visits of faculty members from one college to another for the purpose of engaging in research or educational activities, joint cooperation in holding conferences and promotion of academic activities, publication of joint research and exchange of academic research publications and scientific information.
The memorandum also includes an agreement to facilitate student exchange by hosting qualified students from one university to another for the purpose of enrolling in undergraduate and graduate programs.
Dr. Ghaleb Al-Refai, President of Al Ain University, emphasized the importance of the memorandum of understanding, which enhances the development of university programs and provides research and educational opportunities that contribute to increasing knowledge and exchanging experiences between the two sides and making the most of of the capacities available to both parties in areas of mutual interest, noting that the cooperation with the Dresden Technical University It will promote the development of new research and technology projects with a positive impact on society.
The Technical University of Dresden is one of the ten most prestigious universities in Germany, and the university’s history dates back to 1828, making it one of the oldest and largest “technical universities” in Germany, with 17 faculties offering 124 specializations ranging from health science, biomedicine, biotechnology, information technology and microelectronics Smart materials, facilities, energy, mobility and environment as well as culture and societal change.
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