The Dean of Prince Hussein bin Abdullah II College of International Studies at the University of Jordan, Dr. Mazen Al-Aqili, discussed during a meeting with the Moroccan Deputy Ambassador Khalifa Ait Al-Shaib in his office today, the possibility of activating ways of academic cooperation with Moroccan universities.
Al-Aqili stressed the need to enhance the depth of this cooperation under the umbrella of a general agreement that includes the establishment of joint programs in graduate studies, in addition to an exchange of students, faculty members and administrators if possible. In order to get acquainted with the experience of each party and to benefit from the available expertise in all fields.
Al-Aqili presented an overview of the college, its programs, specializations, and the number of its students, indicating that the college is about to launch a doctoral program in international relations.
In turn, Ait Al-Shaib referred to the historical ties and strong commonalities that give privacy and distinction to the relations between the two sister kingdoms, which require making more efforts to promote the current cooperation to the educational and academic fields.
In a part of the conversation, the Deputy Ambassador touched on the relationship between Jordan and Morocco on solid foundations based on trust, respect, solidarity and mutual support, reviewing the history of fraternal relations that bind the two countries, especially the position of His Majesty King Abdullah II bin Al Hussein on the issue of Western Sahara and the directions of His Majesty to open a Jordanian consulate. In the city of Laayoune in that region.