A Delegation from King Faisal University visits Al Ain University

In the framework of the consolidation of external and internal relations between Al Ain University and the international institutions, Prof. Ghaleb al-Refae AAU President, greeted Dr. Khaled Bin Ibrahim Al Husain, Dean of College of Law at King Faisal University, and his entourage Dr. Nashaat Mahmoud Al Abdullah, Faculty Member at College of Law, and Mr. Mohammad Bin Abdulmajeed Al Afqani, Director of Administration at the King Faisal University, under the supervision of Dr. Hussein El Mougy, Dean of College of Law at AAU, and the Deputy Dean Dr. Ahmed Al Jobair.

The aims of the visit were to consolidate the relations and to discuss the prospects of cooperation as the delegation visited the campus, all university facilities, and the colleges, especially the College of Law.

He also met with the Deans and professors in each college, who greeted him warmly and welcomed his visit, where Dr. Al Husain praised the college facilities and the available equipment for the faculty staff and the students.

Where it is noteworthy that Al Ain University considered as the first and only university in the United Arab Emirates which has obtained an international accreditation for the College of Law from the French High Council for Evaluation of Research and Higher Education.

The delegation also met with professors in the College of Law, who greeted them warmly and welcomed their visit.

For his part Prof. El Refae greeted the visit of the delegation from the King Faisal University, stressed on that Al Ain University has always sought to consolidate internal and external relations with all academic institutions, which makes AAU in the advanced ranks among other universities in the United Arab Emirates.

On the other hand, Dr. AL Mougy Dean of the Faculty of Law at AAU stressed on the importance of this visit to the university and the keenness of the university to strengthen its position among other universities, wishing that there will be a future cooperation between the two universities.


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