University of Neyshabur and Afghanistan Universities Ink MoU

Saturday, February 3, 2018 - 13:27

Officials from University of Neyshabur, Syed Jamaluddin Afghan University, Laghman University and Nangarhar University have negotiated and discussed about the universities’ international, scientific, cultural and educational potentials.

According to an ISCA report, an academic delegation from Syed Jamaluddin Afghan University, Laghman University and Nangarhar University visited and negotiated with board of directors of University of Neyshabur in order to investigate international, scientific, cultural and educational cooperation.

These universities signed a cooperation, science and technology Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in order to exchange faculties and students, carry out mutual academic projects and hold scientific conferences.

Nangarhar University, which is the second major educational and academic university in the country level, has thirteen faculties and seventy three departments in which 14004 students are taught by 467 lecturers.

Syed Jamaluddin Afghan University is a public sector university in Asadabad, capital of eastern Kunar Province of Afghanistan.

Laghman University is a non-profit public and coeducational higher education institution which offers courses and programs leading to officially recognized higher education degrees such as bachelor degrees in several areas of study.

Opinions


Popular News

Latest News