QOU

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QOUAl-Quds Open University (Jordan)
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From the perspective of the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE), QOU is playing a strategic role in tertiary education in Palestine, and therefore is potentially a very powerful tool for policy change.
As of 2010, QOU has a total student enrollment of 65,000; 876 administrative staff, 300 full-time faculty, and 1,081 part-time faculty.
One of the fastest growing open and distance learning institutions in Palestine is Al-Quds Open University (QOU), which adopts a blend of learning approaches to educate its growing number of learners spread across Palestine and other Arab countries.
QOU has developed an in-house and customized delivery system (QOU Academic Portal).
Day after day, they are quite literally transforming the status qou. In politics, a Black woman - Mayor Sharon Pratt Dixon - not only runs but is shaping the future of the nation's capital, the first woman in history ever to do so.
13 (BNA): His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa has received a cable from the CEO of the Education and Training Quality Authority (BQA), Dr Jawaher Shaheen Al Mudhahki, on the honorary doctorate with all rights and privileges granted to him by the Al Quds Open University (QOU) in recognition of his humanitarian and development stances and in tribute for his advocacy of Arab and Islamic issues and unlimited support for the Palestinian people.
The National Centre of Meteorology and Seismology (NCMS), said 22 millimetres of rain fell over Al Qou, a town in the south of Al Ain, followed by 11.6mm over Mazyed Al Ain, 11.4mm over Al Faqqa, 8.2mm over Umm Al Zamool, 5mm over Al Shouaib, 3.8mm over Hameem, 3.6mm over Al Khazna, and 3.4mm over Jebel Hafeet.
11 (BNA): The Al-Quds Open University (QOU) has conferred on His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman the honorary doctorate with all rights and privileges in recognition of his humanitarian and development stances and in tribute for his advocacy of Arab and Islamic issues and unlimited support for the Palestinian people.
In Al Ain, Al Dhaheri and Suwaidan Al Dhaheri, Musanada Acting Chief Executive Officer, visited four new schools, which are located in Al Yahar, Al Shuaiba, Ain Al Faidha, and Al Qou' areas.
In Al Qou', the new school caters for 1000 students in C1 with 40 classrooms, and 240 kindergarten children with 12 classrooms, as well as the associated educational buildings and facilities.
In parallel, the Ministry of Interior, in collaboration with the Residency Violators and Foreigners Follow-up Department in Al Ain, conducted six search campaigns and raids based on tip-offs on the whereabouts of violators of different nationalities hiding out in areas including the Industrial Area, Al Souk Area, Al Hili, Al Hayer, Al Wagan, Al Qou', and Al Jimi.