AMMAN — Higher Education Minister Adel Tweisi has met with Prince Radu of Romania and an accompanying delegation in which they discussed academic experiences, especially in the field of higher education and scientific research, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported on Saturday. In addition, they discussed exchange of students and faculty members between Romanian and Jordanian universities.
Tweisi said that Jordanian universities have reached advanced levels in quality of education, calling on Romanian students to study in Jordanian higher education institutions. For his part, Prince Radu called on Jordanian students to study in Romanian universities, complementing the international reputation of Jordan’s higher education institutions.
The prince also met with the President of Princess Sumaya University for Technology (PSUT) Mashhour Rifai, and discussed ways of enhancing scientific and academic cooperation. Rifai reviewed the university’s progress and efforts in advancing the ICT sector in Jordan.
Prince Radu and the delegation praised the advanced level PSUT has reached, expressing hope of establishing partnership between the two sides.