Al Jazeera Media Institute and Mutah University sign a media cooperation agreement
Al Jazeera Media Institute and Jordan’s Mutah University signed a media cooperation agreement, enabling them to exchange experiences in various fields of media.
At the meeting of the signing of the agreement, Mr. Munir Al-Daimi, Director-General of Al Jazeera Media Institute, praised the cooperation between the two sides, praising at the same time the role of the university in its quest for development and renewal, whether at the local or external levels.
He drew attention to the presence of convergence in the two messages and values through the university’s keenness to strengthen the system of leadership and innovation, support education capabilities, and applied scientific research, which is the same thing that the Institute seeks to activate at the media professional level in terms of qualifying graduates able to compete in the labor market locally, regionally and globally. Achieving sustainable community development as well as bridging the gap between the theoretical and practical aspects for media students and students.
For his part, the President of Mutah University, Dr. Arafat Awajan, said: “At Mutah University, we are pleased to sign a cooperation agreement with Al Jazeera Media Institute as part of the university’s endeavor to build partnerships with prestigious Arab institutions to exchange experiences and build capacities in the media fields and to benefit from the advanced high-level training programs offered by the Institute. To train university radio and public relations employees.
The terms of the agreement included exchanging technical expertise in preparing institutions, benefiting from the training courses included in the institute’s annual plan, and coordinating between the two sides to hold joint training programs, courses and workshops.