Abu Dhabi University (ADU) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Beirut Arab University (BAU), a Lebanese private university, to boost students’ innovation and research skills in the field of health sciences.
Through this MoU, ADU aims to provide its College of Health Sciences students and faculty members with access to high-quality programs, that address the latest challenges in health sciences and facilitate joint activities which foster collaboration in the field of academic research.
The MoU was signed by Professor Ghassan Aouad, Chancellor of ADU, and Professor Wael Nabil Abdel Salam, President of BAU.
“This strategic partnership with Beirut Arab University reflects our commitment to advancing global collaborations that focus on academic research and innovation. Through this MoU, we are keen to provide our students with a diverse range of opportunities that improve their academic journey, deliver vital practical experiences, and further enhance their knowledge in their respective fields. At ADU, students are at the heart of everything we do, and we remain focused on empowering them with the opportunities to grow, succeed, and prepare for the ever-changing market.”
Additionally, ADU and BAU will work hand-in-hand to offer students the opportunity to apply for internships as well as offer student and faculty exchange and special training programs. The partnership translates the commitment of both institutions to advancing knowledge, fostering innovation, and addressing global challenges.
In alignment with ADU’s and BAU’s missions to emphasize the importance of international cooperation in higher education, the partnership is expected to result in cooperative publications, research projects, and other academic endeavors that contribute to the advancement of education and research in the region.