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In the framework of the permantent keenness to enhance joint cooperation with local and international institutions,the university college of science and technology in khan younis received a delegation from the Belgian agency represented by its director the professor Nasr Ghonaimy from the west bank .

He was accompanied by two women Alexandra Vernzer and Eva from the Belgian agency.They were received by the college dean Mr Nidal Salim Abu Hajir,Engineer Ahmad Samir Jaber,vice dean for academic affairs,and Mr.Mahmoud Rafik Al-Farra,vice dean for planning and development,and Engineer Hiam Al-Farra,the cooredinator of the department of projects and the engineering office,and a team of public relations at the college


Mr Abo hajir thanked the Belgian agency for its role in the higher education sector service,stressing on the importance of strengthening the joint cooperation with international in order to support and develop the educational process. He presented an outhine of the collge majors and programs offered to support the local labor market expertise and skills that benefit the students to get suitable jobs or start businesses that would provide them with suitable income,and gIve them a full explanation for the training and supervision mechanism on the initiatives submitted by the Belgian agency that supports specialized computer science and engineering sciences students.


In turn, prof. Ghonaimy praised the college and the evolution happening which also stressed that this visit came to see the progress of the initiatives submitted by the agency for college and which aim to support learning by working in cooperation with the ministry of education and higher education,noting that the ministry of education and higher education,noting that the agency supports anything that would contribute to the developing the education process and enhance the training opportunities that contribute to increase the students abilities and hone various skills.


The college administration escorted the delegation on a tour to places of training and see the progress of training and assessments necessary for the two initiatives.