Vice President of the Accreditation and Quality Assurance Commission for Higher Education Institutions (AQACHEI), Zaid Al-Anbar, met with a delegation from Libya’s Misurata University, chaired by Cultural Counselor at the Libyan Embassy, Ahmed Al-Dweik.
The meeting covered accreditation requirements for public and private accreditation and quality assurance for higher education institutions and the role of accreditation and quality in raising the efficiency of higher education locally and in the Arab world.
In the meeting, Al-Anber highlighted the AQACHEI achievements at local and international levels, the most important of which is the Jordanian national framework for qualifications, institutional and program accreditation, quality assurance, classification, proficiency exam, joint and hosted academic programs with international higher education institutions, and the AQACHEI’s acquirement of International recognition by (WFME) to accredit medical schools.
Al-Anbar lauded the advanced level of Misurata University in all fields, especially in scientific research, noting that the University of Misurata is promising, and has many distinguished medical, engineering and literary academic programs.
He called for the exchange of educational and research expertise and cooperation in the implementation of joint scientific research between Misurata University and Jordanian universities, the organization of seminars and scientific conferences, the exchange programs for students and researchers, and benefiting from the capabilities of the two countries in the field of developing and strengthening the higher education, and activating the memorandum of understanding signed between the AQACHEI and the Libyan authority for accreditation and quality.
The Libyan delegation commended the AQACHEI’s efforts in supporting and serving higher education institutions to reach global competitiveness and achieve its goals.
The meeting was attended by Vice-Dean of the University of Misurata for Scientific Affairs, Muhammad Al-Sharkasi, Director of the International Cooperation Office at the Libyan Embassy, ??Muhammad Abu Gharsa, the President’s Assistant for Quality and Classification Affairs, Zaid Al-Bashairah, and the President’s Assistant for Accreditation Affairs, Saad Bani Muhammad.
Source: Jordan News Agency