An-Najah Thrives Despite Israeli Bullying
An-Najah National University will take on 3500 new students next academic year, according to University President Prof.Rami Hamdallah. Speaking at a press conference last week he said that An-Najah was now an indisputable center for scientific and technological study, adding that the University was flourishing despite Israeli harassment, obstacles and checkpoints. Last semester ended well, with new faculties and technological programs due to open in the new academic year.
He praised particularly the efforts of the Scientific Researches Center. "Scientific Research at An-Najah achieves good results in different fields, including the centers of earthquakes, energy, and others" he said.
Prof. Hamdallah added that the new campus will receive more than 3500 students this year, instead of usual intake of 3000.
Prof. Hamdallah also assured students that students' council elections will be held next year during the tenth week of the first teaching course. He said that 4000 new students would benefit from Saudi scholarships to help those in most need. Some awards and prizes for scientific research have already been granted. Dr Hamdallah thanked the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for its support for An-Najah process.