A Group of An-Najah’s Graduates Wins 4th Place Worldwide in IEEEXtreme Programming Competition
An-Najah National University won fourth place globally and first place in Africa, Europe and the Arab world (IEEE Region 8) in the category of trainers in the IEEExtreme Programming Competition.
The competition which was held virtually by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) on Saturday October 23, 2022 brought together nearly 4,300 teams from across the globe to compete in various professions, from electrical and electronics, and telecommunications to computer sciences and others.
More than 82 students from the University’s Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology participated in the category of students in the competition along with a number of An-Najah’s graduates who participated in the category of trainers.
IEEEXtreme is IEEE's premier programming competition, bringing thousands of students from around the world together into a 24-hour event. It is open to all undergraduate and graduate college students with an active IEEE student membership.
The competition is hosted virtually and simultaneously around the world. Competitors are required to be proctored by a local IEEE professional member and are often supported by a local IEEE Student Branch.