On the closing ceremony of the Dual Studies Program, Prof. Ala’aldeen Al-Halhouli stated that the dual studies program is a strategic project and it is one of GJU’s most important programs that contributes to its future growth.

During his participation to the project’s ceremony that is supported by the German Foundation for International Corporation (GIZ), which was organized by the Deanship of Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship (DI-TECH) and in the presence of Vice-President Prof. Malek Alsharairi, dean of (DI-TECH) Dr. Nidal Alshwawreh and program coordinators from GJU schools, Prof. Ala’aldeen Al-Halhouli indicated that the program serves the interest of GJU and its relations with the industrial companies that GJU is looking forward to develop from relationships in the student exchange field to strategic relationships that include scientific research and joint programs to be part of GJU.

Prof. Al-Halhouli praised GJU’s family academic and administrative efforts towards its progress to be a key driver in serving Jordan, the industry and to prepare highly skilled graduates with relevant knowledge of the industry.

The Dual Studies program is maintained by DI-TECH and it includes 14 bachelor degree programs in which academic and vocational training are integrated and so students work and study at the same time in one of GJU’s partner companies esteemed to 100 company.

At the end of the ceremony, the project coordinators and the project’s team were granted certificates of appreciation by Prof. Al-Halhouli.