The administrations of University of Bahri and University of Dar es Salaam Indonesia have agreed on the necessity of activating the partnership agreement which is signed by both parties through direct open communication methods among faculty deans, students’ and teachers’ exchanging programmes and conducting mutual research work.
Professor Ayoub A. M. Khalil, the vice-chancellor of University of Bahri, has provided a satisfactory induction about the university and its development at the beginning of meeting University of Dar es Salaam Indonesia’s delegation, indicating that about 28 thousand male and female students are studying at the University of Bahri’s different specialisms among which considerable numbers of students come from friend countries such as Somalia, Nigeria, Jordan, Syria, Yemen and South Sudan.
Ayoob has confirmed to the Indonesian delegation, headed by Amal FathAllah Zerkshi, president of Dar es Salam University, and his deputy Dr Hamid Zerkshi, that the University of Bahri enjoys expanded relationships on both regional and international sides. He has also called for the necessity of taking serious steps towards applying the agreement which is signed by both parties, pointing to that the university has many specialized centres and it is teaching these languages: Chinese, Arabic, French and English.
On the other hand, Professor Zerkshi said that the University of Dar es Salaam had been established in 1993 as an Islamic university to contribute in solving Islamic nation’s problems and in conducting research, referring to the fact that they provide students with Islamic and pedagogic sciences, in addition to Arabic language sciences. Furthermore, he renewed the desire of his university to activate the student exchange protocol.
In the closure of the meeting, the delegation has visited the faculties’ complex of the university in Alkadaro and learned about the size of the university’s new constructions.