The University of Bahri has signed a mutual cooperation agreement with Khartoum Petroleum Refinery, where the vice-chancellor Prof. Ayoub Adam Mohammed Khalil has represented the university and the director of Khartoum Petroleum refinery signed on behalf of the company.
The agreement states the enforcement of mutual academic, educational and research cooperation, in addition to benefiting from the teaching staff members in different specializations, colleges and university centers, and to provide training opportunities for the company’s students. In return, the refinery offers training courses for university students in engineering, horticulture and fisheries in Al Jaily refinery.
The vice chancellor Prof. Ayoub welcomed the company’s delegation, commending cooperation initiative between the two institutions. He has also paid tribute to the joint committee that prepared the cooperation manuscript, saying that in spite of the university’s newly establishment, in includes (19) colleges, (3) specialized centers and it holds (800) teaching staff members with a number of (25.000) students. He mentioned that all academic, administrative and accounting programs have been computerized; moreover, university has established productive agricultural and animal farms within the context of community service and moral responsibility towards the national institutions.
The refinery director, in his turn expressed his contentment, paying thanks to the university and the committee that prepared the agreement project, and promised to implement all the included articles.