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UniMed Conference

A presentation of ARELEN

ARELEN launch event a success in Jordan
The Minister of Jordan, His Excellency Amin Mahmoud, and Professor Sultan Abu-Orabi, Secretary General of the Association of Arab Universities (AArU), led the launch of The ARab European Leadership Network in Higher Education (ARELEN) on 24th February 2014 in Amman, Jordan.
Cardiff Metropolitan launches its second EU-funded TEMPUS project to enhance Leadership in the MENA region

Last week, Cardiff Metropolitan University officially launched its Building University Capacity in University Management (BUCUM) Tempus programme; a project that was selected for funding by The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) for the sum of €1.1 Million in summer 2012.

EU program seeks to modernize higher education in Middle East and North Africa

An educational program established by the European Union more than two decades ago to guide countries born from the wreckage of the Soviet Union toward a modern higher educational system has extended its arm to Middle East and North African currently undergoing extensive socio-political and economic changes.

New regional higher education initiatives under way

Egypt has launched news higher education initiatives including a plan to set up branches of Alexandria University in Lebanon and Malaysia, establishing an Arab higher education area and joining the Arab and European Leadership Network for Higher Education.

New body launches for HE leadership

FOUR ARAB League countries have formed the Arab and European Leadership Network for Higher Education (Arelen) to provide leadership training to equip their higher education managers to thrive in ‘the current and dynamic changing education markets’.

LF signs MOU with Association of Arab Universities

The signing of this MoU with the Association of Arab Universities marks a commitment to further work together on the design, promotion, delivery and evaluation of leadership programmes across the Arab region.

Cardiff Met hosts international signing ceremony

The Association of Arab Universities (AArU) and the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education, UK (LFHE) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at a dinner hosted by Prof. Antony Chapman, Vice Chancellor of Cardiff Metropolitan University.

Cardiff Met and AArU set to host Leadership Network

The Secretary General of the Association of Arab Universities (AArU), Professor Sultan Abou Orabi, visited Cardiff Metropolitan University (formerly UWIC) in recognition of the strong links Cardiff Met has with its member institutions.

The Association of Arab Universities is a pan Arab organisation, with 240 member universities and many more partners and affiliates around the world.