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Bureau of Communication and Networking

International scientific research interactions and exchanges are an integral part of scientific diplomacy. To strengthen scientific diplomacy, it is necessary to introduce the scientific and educational capacities of the university to other countries and expand the foreign activities of faculty members to promote the development of universities.

Since 2017, the Bureau of Communication and Networking was established as a subset of the management of international and scientific cooperation. Its primary mission is to strengthen the internationalization approach of the university by increasing exchanges of educational-research cooperation. In this regard, the faculty/departments need to be committed to increasing the international exchanges of top students, their research members and developing joint masters and doctoral programs with other reputable foreign universities.

  • Holding international congresses, conferences, and seminars at the university level.
  • Providing services to university faculty members to participate in international congresses, conferences, and seminars.
  • Planning and coordination for scientific personalities of other countries with the officials of the university.
  • Arranging the university activities and making the necessary arrangements for the joint meetings of the scientific and research faculties.
  • Providing necessary studies for drafting contracts, agreements, protocols, and memorandums of understanding to introduce, propose, and presenting international plans and projects.
  • Introducing foreign courses and scholarships to students and faculty members.
  • Updating website information and online services.

  • Identifying and introducing the important scientific meetings in the world and to academics and coordinate between universities, colleges, and other affiliated units as a part of international activities.