University of Nizwa and National University of Computer and Emerging Science Sign MoU for Academic Cooperation
The University of Nizwa and the National University of Computer and Emerging Science, Pakistan, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for academic cooperation. The MoU will strengthen academic ties between the two universities and open up new avenues for collaboration. Prof. Ahmed Al Rawahi, the University of Nizwa Chancellor, welcomed the delegation at the University's initial campus.
The meeting started with a brief presentation about the University of Nizwa's legal status as a non-profit academic institution. The pillars of the University were also introduced along with the role of the students' supporting fund. During the presentation, Prof. Al Rawahi mentioned that "The University of Nizwa contributes to the society out of its responsibility to be an active and good citizen."
The National University of Computer and Emerging Science delegation shared a presentation on the University's establishment background, the courses and programmes it offers, and the number of branches it has in Pakistan. A discussion followed on opportunities for academic cooperation in training programmes, program review, research, and student and faculty exchange. Prof. Atab Ahmed, Rector of the Foundation of Advancement of Science and Technology (FAST), mentioned in his presentation that the National University of Computer and Emerging Science, Pakistan, is a not-for-profit university that is operated by its employees.
The MoU signing marks a significant step towards strengthening academic ties between the two universities. It is expected to enhance the quality of education and research for both institutions.