An-Najah Hosts the DAAD Delegation
On Tuesday, March 14th, 2017, Professor Maher Natsheh, Acting President of An-Najah received at his office Dr. Christina Stahlbock, Director of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) in the Palestinian Territory to discuss possible means of further cooperation.
Prof. Natsheh welcomed Dr. Stahlbock and commended the DAAD’s role in providing scholarships to An-Najah graduates for the different post-graduate programs and hence, enhancing higher education in Palestine.
After the meeting, the Scholarships Office at the university held a lecture where Dr. Stahlbock gave a presentation on the scholarships offered by the DAAD.
The lecture aimed at introducing An-Najah senior students, graduates, staff members and those who are interested to the scholarships and the short visits the DAAD offers.
Dr. Stahlbock gave a general introduction to university life in Germany and the post-graduate, PhD and staff short visit scholarships offered by the DAAD. She then elaborated on the post-graduate scholarships; the requirements such as the GPA, the English level, the deadlines for application and interviews, and the provisions.
At the end of the lecture, Dr. Stahlbock answered the attendees’ questions on the subject.
- The meeting was also attended by Dr. Mohammad El-Amleh, Vice President for Academic Affairs; Dr. Sabri Naser, Vice President for Administrative Affairs; Dr. Rasha Khayyat, Coordinator of the Scholarships Office, Mr. Khaled Mufleh, Acting Director of the Public Relations Department at An-Najah as well as Miss Dalal Radwan of the International Development and External Affairs Office.
- The DAAD or The German Academic Exchange Service is the largest German support organization in the field of international academic cooperation, and it is a private, federally funded and state-funded, self-governing national agency of the institutions of higher education in Germany, representing 365 German higher education institutions (100 universities and technical universities, 162 general universities of applied sciences, and 52 colleges of music and art).