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Today, Monday, the President of the Republic, Abdul Latif Jamal Rashid, stated that Iraqi universities are among the oldest in the region and have a good reputation and scientific sobriety in the world.
A statement by his media office stated that “the President of the Republic received, at the Baghdad Palace, a delegation of university presidents, including Munir Al-Saadi, President of the University of Baghdad, Ahmed Al-Ghabban, President of the Technological University, Ali Al-Jubouri, President of the Iraqi University, Thamer Al-Kazemi, President of Al-Karkh University, and Abdul Mohsen Naji, President of the Middle Technical University. To discuss the reality of university education in the country.
The President of the Republic affirmed, “The need to prioritize the scientific aspect and its sobriety to graduate students who have scientific and academic foundations, pointing out that Iraqi universities are considered among the oldest in the region and have a good reputation and scientific sobriety in the world, and they graduated from brilliant scientific and academic elites working inside and outside the country.”
He indicated that he "will carry out field visits to Iraqi universities, stressing the importance of the private sector having a role in absorbing graduate students."
He pointed to "the importance of developing universities through cooperation and coordination with their peers in the world as well as with international practical and research centers, stressing the need to improve the reality of private colleges, and attention to developing curricula for students, and the need to support the first and distinguished to develop their skills and benefit from their capabilities."
For their part, the attending university presidents expressed their thanks to the President of the Republic for his keenness to enhance the status of universities, stressing that their institutions have taken plans to raise the scientific level and increase the number of students on scholarship abroad.
They also pointed out the importance of coordination with civil and government companies.
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