3 Wednesday, 2 2021
Al-Ahliyya Amman University granted five stars in the QS for e-learning.

Al-Ahliyya Amman University (AAU) has got a new achievement in evaluation and global classification by obtaining five stars in the QS evaluation of e-learning at the university, and this result comes to confirm the university’s readiness and the eligibility of its faculty members for the e-learning process. Al-Ahliyya Amman University president, Prof. Sari Hamdan, explained that AAU has worked to raise the level of the electronic educational process and the infrastructure needed to support it for years, and the university strengthened it during the Corona pandemic, and added that the university is working on several online systems that will make a difference in educational service. Vice President of the University, Director of the Hourani Center for E-Learning, Prof. Khalid Al-Kaabneh, said that the Hourani Center for E-Learning works to support all electronic operations necessary to provide distinguished e-education for university students. As for this evaluation, Dr. Anas Al-Saud, Assistant to the President for Accreditation and International Classification, explained that the university has submitted an evaluation request to the QS organization, which includes ten areas, including electronic evaluation of the performance of faculty members, infrastructure readiness, electronic services provided, and others. The university provided all the necessary data and evidence with the cooperation of all employees in the relevant departments, the most important of which is the Hourani Center for E-Learning.