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  • Sharing Quality Higher Education Across Borders: The Role of Associations and Institutions International Conference 15-16 November 2005 organized by IAU co-hosted by BA & AASTMT
  • Across Borders Higher Education The Case of the Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport (AASTMT) By : Mohamed El-Faham
    • Since Inception 1972, the AASTMT was committed to offer quality cross-border higher education as a fulfillment of its mission as a regional institution.
    • The cross-border mobility of the AASTMT included both Programme Mobility and Provider Mobility .
  • Programme Mobility
    • Franchising
    • Twinning
    • Articulation
  • Franchising
    • Agreement with “Delmon Institute”, Manama, Bahrain.
    • Agreement with “Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University”, USA.
    • Agreement with “Sunderland University”, UK.
    • Agreement with “University of Mannheim”, Germany.
  • Twinning
    • Agreement with “George Washington University”, USA.
    • Agreement with “Carleton University”, Canada.
  • Articulation
    • Several agreements were signed to facilitate the provision of graduate studies in Masters of BA, QM, IT at different sites in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates.
  • Provider Mobility (AASTMT Branches)
    • A branch of AASTMT in Latakia, Syria.
    • A branch in Doha, Qatar ( 1996 – 2004 ).
  • Students
  • AASTMT Egyptian Branches Enrollment – Academic Year 2005/2006 Note: Number of AASTMT Students in Syria and Saudi Arabia is about 1500 Oman 72 Others 183 Total 11626 Libya 176 Jordan 135 Yemen 116 Sudan 179 Syria 190 Palestine 260 Saudi Arabia 361 Kuwait 403 Egypt 9551 Country Number of Students
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