The official amalgamation of all colleges and faculties was fully realized in 1995. A "basic law" of the university was endorsed, followed by the honing of integrated bylaws, which were put into effect, thus clearing the way for the birth of Al-Quds University as a single institution. New centers and colleges were opened or amalgamated, and a full range of academic programs were implemented.
The mission of Al Quds University is to equip students with the necessary tools to overcome overwhelming challenges and to shape a successful future. This is made possible through the promotion of academic research and professional excellence.
Al-Quds University also aims at the development of a multi-cultural mindset to go with the current reality of the political and socio-economical situation in Jerusalem, since Jerusalem's unique constitution as a mosaic cross-road of different nations, cultures and religions, giving special emphasis on introducing students especially, but the University community as a whole, to the multi-cultured heritage of human civilization. This is achieved in a number of ways, whether through special courses in human civilizations or human rights, international cooperation, joint educational projects involving faculty and students, lectures and events, foreign scholarships and exchanges.
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Al Quds University has four sites, one in Ramallah (Al Bireh), three in Jerusalem, and one main campus in Abu Dis at the outskirts of Jerusalem. The Jerusalem sites are located in Beit Hanina, Sheikh Jarrah and one within the Old City of Jerusalem.
Al-Quds Library is an educational, cultural, and social edifice administered by Dr.Rashid Jayousi. The library contains many information resources: printed, audio-visual and electronic resources in addition to the manuscripts, films, discs and posters estimated of nearly 100000 cataloged books and computerized on the library software.
The Said Khoury Information Technology Center of Excellence operates at local and national levels to provide high quality and effective training for students. It provides the organizational and technical infrastructures for university professors to work on IT projects. The IT Business Incubation Service will enable people with good ideas in IT to find a place to work and develop their ideas.
Medical school considered the hardest field to get in, does it worth all of that? I am not sure. my university, works hard to get the best version of its students, how does it do this? simply by collecting best students performance in school and make them compete to success in very hard exams. those who are able to tolerate this stress gets all the glory. become future...
overall the study program in my university is good but not satisfying , welling to improve myself and my aspects to a wider range of knowledge and education.
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