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Al-Azhar University – Gaza

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Al Azhar University - Gaza
Al-Azhar Logo.png
Type Public
Established 1991[1]
President Prof. Dr. AbdulKhalik El Farra
Academic staff
290[2]
Undergraduates about 16,000[1]
Postgraduates about 700[3]
Location Gaza, Gaza Strip
Affiliations UNIMED
Website www.alazhar.edu.ps/eng/index.asp

Al-Azhar University – Gaza (Arabic: جامعة الأزهر بغزة‎), often abbreviated AUG, is a Palestinian, public, non-profit and independent higher education institution. During the first intifada, the Palestinian Leader Yasser Arafat issued a decree in September 1991 to establish a Palestinian national university. AUG opened journey on 18 October 1991 in two-story building with 725 students enrolled in two faculties; the Faculty of Education and the Faculty of Sharia and Law (now the Faculty of Law).[4] Like most educational institutes in Gaza, the university is gender-segregated.[5]

Faculty of Arts - Al Azhar university
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History

AUG opened its doors in 1991 with only two faculties: the Faculty of Education and the Faculty of Sharia and Law (now the Faculty of Law). In 1992, four faculties: the Faculty of Pharmacy, the Faculty of Agriculture and Environment, the Faculty of Science, and the Faculty of Arts & Human Sciences were established, followed by the Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences .

The Faculty of Applied Medical Sciences was established at another stage of AUG development in 1997 to fulfill the medical needs of the Palestinian community. In 1999, the Faculty of Medicine, a branch of the Palestinian Faculty of Medicine in Al-Quds University-Abu Dis, was opened as the first medical faculty in the Gaza Strip.

The Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology was launched in 2001 to keep abreast of new knowledge and technology. In 2007, the Faculty of Dentistry was opened to improve the oral health care of the Palestinian community. The Faculty of Sharia was reopened as a distinct faculty in 2009.

In 2015, the King Hassan II for Environmental Sciences and Agriculture Building was inaugurated in the new campus in the Al-Mughraqa area. The construction of this building was funded by King Mohammed VI of Morocco. Two buildings, the auditorium and the Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences were funded by the Saudi Fund for Development and will be annexed to the new campus in Al-Mughraqa.[4]

Faculties

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Welcome To AUG". Al-Azhar University Gaza. Retrieved 24 November 2016.
  2. ^ "Academic Staff". AL-Azhar University, Gaza. Retrieved 24 November 2016.
  3. ^ "Welcome To Postgraduate Studies". Al-Azhar University Gaza. Retrieved 24 November 2016.
  4. ^ a b "AUG History". Al-Azhar University Gaza. Retrieved 24 November 2016.
  5. ^ "Hamas orders schools in Gaza to be segregated by gender". Hamas orders schools in Gaza to be segregated by gender. Retrieved 30 May 2018.

Bibliography

  • Bowen, Donna Lee and Early, Evelyn A. (2002). Everyday Life in the Muslim Middle East: Second Edition. Indiana University Press. ISBN 0-253-21490-4

External links

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