UJ Vice President, Hungarian Cultural Attaché Discuss Academic Cooperation
Tuesday, January 25, 2022 
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The University of Jordan (UJ) Vice President for International Affairs, Accreditation and Quality, Prof. Zaid Eyadat, on Monday with the cultural attaché of the Hungarian Embassy in Amman, Regina Suranyi.

The two sides discussed mechanisms for enhancing joint cooperation in academic and cultural fields between the JU and Hungarian higher equation institutions.

Eyadat confirmed JU's keenness on developing cooperative relations with Hungarian higher education institutions, and is prepared to make more efforts in this field, based on its strategic objectives aimed at developing effective local, regional and international partnerships through sharing experiences and knowledge globally.

For her part, Suranyi expressed the desire of the University of Debrecen and the Hungarian National University of Public Service to cooperate with JU, as the largest and most comprehensive in terms of disciplines in Jordan, and given its good academic reputation, in academic and research fields.
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