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Final conference of European project ELEGANT opens at PSUT

By JT - Sep 21,2023 - Last updated at Sep 21,2023

Participants pose for a photo during the inauguration of the final conference of the European project ELEGANT, co-funded by the Erasmus Plus programme at Princess Sumaya University for Technology (Photo courtesy of PSUT)

AMMAN — Wejdan Abu Elhaija, president of Princess Sumaya University for Technology (PSUT), inaugurated the final conference of the European project ELEGANT, co-funded by the Erasmus Plus programme. 

Over the next three days, the conference and project will focus on enhancing the teaching and learning experience for students and boosting the employability of graduates by fostering closer collaboration between universities, companies and the private sector, according to PSUT statement.

Abu Elhaija highlighted the university's focus on international networking and fostering local and global collaboration. 

The university president also noted the significant support provided by HRH Princess Sumaya, the chairperson of the board of trustees, in advancing science and nurturing a generation of accomplished young entrepreneurs.

Nebojsa Stojcic, vice rector of the Croatian University of Dubrovnik, said the ELEGANT project is a collaborative effort spanning four years and involving the University of Dubrovnik, Jordanian and Lebanese universities. 

Ahmad Abu Elhaija, director of the National Erasmus Plus Office, delivered a presentation highlighting the crucial role played by the Erasmus Plus Office and discussed key projects, grants, opportunities and programmes accessible to university students and professors. 


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