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Under the patronage of Dr. Talal Al-Qaisi, Dean of the College of Allied Medical Sciences at Al-Ahliyya Amman University, the College’s Academic Advising Committee organized the enlightenment meeting for new students in the first semester of the academic year 2023/2024 a few days ago in the Nizar Al-Qabbani Auditorium.
At the beginning of the meeting, Dr. Barjas Abu Mesaimeer, Deputy Dean for Academic Affairs, welcomed the students and emphasized the university’s vision and mission and its distinction in entering the international rankings. He also stressed to the students the importance of communicating with academic advisors and encouraged them to participate in student research clubs that build their personalities and develop their minds.
Then, Dr. Khaled Al-Qaisi, Deputy Dean for Accreditation and Quality Affairs, gave a presentation in which he discussed the college’s vision, mission, and core values. He also touched on introducing students to their university rights and duties emanating from the ethical charter adopted by the university, and gave an explanatory presentation on how to use the university’s website to access all general and student academic instructions.
The heads of the six academic departments affiliated with the College of Allied Medical Sciences gave an overview of the various academic programs and specializations included in the college, which keep pace with the requirements of the local and regional labor market, with an emphasis on the importance of adhering to study plans, regulations, and instructions in force at the university. In addition to providing a set of important tips for success in university studies.
The top three outstanding students from all departments and academic levels in the college were honored.
The meeting included an introduction to the services provided by the Counseling and Special Education Center, hosted by the Center Director, Dr. Anan Abu Mariam. Special brochures were also distributed to introduce the services provided by the Amman Al-Ahliyya Center for Psychological Counseling to students and the local community.