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AUS helps rebuild Iraq’s higher education

War-torn Iraq
Sharjah: The World Bank and American University of Sharjah (AUS), will host tomorrow, Thursday, May 24, at Lecture Hall A, in the ground floor of the AUs main building, a training course for about 40 senior Iraqi education leaders, on strategic planning and quality assurance in higher education institutions.

The nine-day training course is designed to equip Iraqi university representatives involved in strategic planning and quality assurance with the required skills to improve the quality of education offered by higher learning institutions in Iraq as the country works on rebuilding itself as a unified nation.

The training is in line with AUS’s strategic goal of becoming the leader in higher education in the Middle East by being able to share its expertise with other countries in the region, especially helping its Arab neighbors such as Iraq achieve its potential.

The course will touch on important subjects that include: A Framework for Strategic Planning in Institutions of Higher Education; International Trends and Challenges in Higher Education Around the World; Linking Higher Education to the Labor Market; Higher Education and the New Global Economy; Strategies for Higher Education and Resource Planning; University Governance and Institutional Quality: The structure and use of the university screening card; Accreditation as a Quality Assurance and Institutional Effectiveness Strategy; Aligning Higher Education Planning with Basic and Secondary Education and many more.

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  1. excuse me, but this pic is of the southern suburb of Beirut,during the Israeli war on Lebanon of 2006.

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  2. Pl see the new updated photographs....

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