In the program’s courses or research activities, students of the Highway and Transport Engineering program of the An-Najah National University are encouraged to conduct projects and research in collaboration with the various industry sectors; public and private. This includes ministries, municipalities, and associations.
Teaching and LearningThe program depends on teaching according to the university systems, and focuses on the research achievement during the study period, as well as the completion of Master's Thesis as a requirement for the thesis track. Students can take advantage of the opportunities of research and practical projects and field studies carried out by scientific centers at the university projects of the local market, as part of a process to gain experience. The program also supports community-based service learning methods so that students apply what they learn in the program on a real case study in the community. This is done through:
- Project based learning
- Conducting specific research
- Case Studies
- Highway Engineer
- Transportation Engineer
- Traffic Engineer
- Transportation Planner
- Municipal Engineer
- Road Construction Quality Engineer
- Highway Contractor
- Field Engineer
- Probability & Statistics for Engineers
- Transportation Facilities Eng'g
- Urban Transportation Planning
- Pavement Analysis and Design
- Transportation Operations
- Urban Geography
- 24 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- StartingApplication deadline not specified.
DisciplinesTransport Management General Engineering & Technology Transportation Engineering View 9 other Masters in General Engineering & Technology in Palestinian Territory, Occupied
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.
- Prospective applicant should have a Bachelor degree from An-Najah National University or its equivalent from a Faculty or university credited by An-Najah National University.
- A Placement Test for the major he/she is applying to.
- Prospective applicant should be willing to meet with the Supervising Committee for a personal interview if the Specialised Department Council recommends that.
- Earning a competitive GPA, is a matter usually determined and computed by the Specialized Department by the following formula: An applicant’s Bachelor’s GPA counts 70% and the applicant’s results on the Skills / Placement Exam and personal interview counts 30%.
- An original or official transcript or copy of certified from both the university from which the applicant graduated and the Palestinian ministry of higher learning.
- A certificate of work experience, if available.
- Two recommendation Letters from faculty members or professionals.
- Personal photo.
Living costs for Nablus
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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