Agreement seeks to boost Turkish student numbers in UAE

The Ministry of Education in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has cemented its commitment to fostering strong ties with Türkiye by signing a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Council of Higher Education in Türkiye, writes Ashfaq Ahmed for the Gulf News.

This MoU paves the way for the development and enhancement of collaborative degree programmes spanning bachelor, masters, and doctoral degree levels, as well as an agreement to explore additional avenues of cooperation.

The ministry’s primary objective is to collaborate with Türkiye in increasing the enrolment of Turkish students in universities based in the UAE. According to the terms of the MoU, both parties aim to exchange knowledge and expertise in scientific and educational domains, with a particular focus on scientific research, higher education regulations and quality assurance frameworks. Furthermore, the MoU seeks to establish partnerships between higher education institutions in both countries through direct agreements, conferences, seminars, courses, educational exhibitions and lectures on topics of mutual interest.
Full report on the Gulf News site