The Media Unit covers the events organized on campus and distributes press releases to the local media, who in turn post the information online. The Unit publishes its reports on Arab websites and magazines. It also conducts reports on the University facilities, extracurricular events, conferences and ceremonies. The Unit takes care of the archiving and documenting of the University`s daily news, pictures and PDF files saved on electronic format. In addition, the Media Unit takes care of posting the daily news on the University website and Teletext Magazine, which contains news, images and announcements of the University. It covers the city of Nablus and the surrounding area and is considered to be one of the PR Department's most useful promotional tools.
The Public Relations Department is in charge of creating and disseminating a number of publications that are used as a means of communicating with the University and the outside community. Such publications promote the various University faculties, research centers, events and news.
Resalet An-Najah (Quarterly Magazine-Arabic Version)
The PR Department issued the 1st issue of Resalet An-Najah in 1982. This magazine documents the history of the University, its faculties, delegations, guests, visitors, international projects and articles. This magazine is distributed across the University to professors, faculty, associations and students.
Newsletter (Quarterly, English)
Newsletter has a selection of news that includes a sample of the University's academic and extracurricular accomplishments. It has a comprehensive view of what the University entails and what it has to offer to outsiders. Newsletter is distributed in both hard and soft copy to its readers and those on the University mailing list, including international bodies and associations who are interested in receiving regular updates from the University.
Academic Catalog (English & Arabic)
The Catalogue is published as a guide for students and for other Palestinian and Arab Universities, as well as academic institutions that An-Najah has fostered ties with. The University looks forward to the opportunity to strengthen mutual intellectual and cultural exchange to enrich the academic courses and research at the University. The Catalogue was originally created for the Palestinian community to keep them abreast of the various achievements that the University has made in the last few decades. This Catalogue highlights the University`s structure, role, goals, constitution, colleges, departments, and course offerings, as well as descriptions of its numerous faculty members.
The Graduates' Book contains images of the graduation ceremony, the graduates themselves, and staff members, as well as information about the graduation.
Students' Guidebook (Yearly, Arabic)
The Students' Guidebook is distributed to high school students who wish to apply for admission at the University. The Guidebook includes information about instruction, laws, faculties, departments, credit hours and facilities. It helps students to make the best selection about what field they should apply for.
An-Najah Brochure (Arabic)
The An-Najah Brochure informs readers about the history and establishment of the University, its development, upgrades, faculties, departments, awards and scientific centers.
Focus on An-Najah (English)
Focus on An-Najah is one of the University’s unique publications. It offers helpful information to readers about the University’s history, campuses, structure, board of trustees, councils, faculties, administrative departments, unions, deanships, professional and teaching centers, medical services, library, facilities, radio station, scholarships and other pertinent information.
The University distributes this publication to local high school students. It includes basic information on the programs the University offers, curriculum, and terms of admission and registration.
Brochures for school students
These brochures are issued to school students who come to visit the University, especially in the spring semester. The brochures contain important information about the University, its faculties, departments, the scientific degrees it offers, as well as the major developments the University has achieved and the scientific awards it won.
An-Najah Booklet (Arabic)
The An-Najah Booklet briefs An-Najah’s guests on its history, faculties, academic programmes and degrees, sciebtific centres and its various facilities.
Scientific Centres Book
The scientific centers’ book offers information on An-Najah’s scientific centers dutires, services and academic and research role in developing the local community.
The Public Relations Department organizes academic and extracurricular activities that reinforce social communication, develops students and staff skills and bridges relations between An-Najah and institutions of the local community to achieve sustainable development. The university hosts the following activities:
Conferences and workshops
The department organizes workshops in humanities and sciences that support scientific research and academic exchange among participating universities.
Scientific and Artistic Exhibitions
The department organizes exhibitions to An-Najah students in addition to local and international artists to reinforce cultural exchange and raise students’ awareness.
Organizing Visits and Receiving International Delegations
An-Najah receives international guests in order to reinforce mutual cooperation and introduce them to An-Najah’s faculties, centres and academic programmes.
The PR Department aims to create a dynamic learning environment for cultural understanding, and to provide experience in sharing and partnership in order to achieve higher knowledge and respect amongst people of different nationalities. By organizing video conferences, our goal is to build a wide network of people to share in collaboration with Palestinians.
Note: We use ISDN lines. The Video Conference lines are:
- 00972 9 2345801
- 00972 9 2345802
- 00972 9 2344803
- 00972 9 2344804
- 00972 9 2346605
- 00972 9 2345806
- Cultural and Sports activities
- Organizing Schools Visits