The operation of Cihan University paves the way for teachers to be trained. To provide the educational process, the Secretariat of the University of Cihan has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Ministry of Education of the Kurdistan Regional Government to open courses for teachers throughout Kurdistan.
On Tuesday, July 26, 2022, with the presence of Prof. Dr. Amjad Sabre Dalawi, President of Cihan University-Erbil, Dr. Alan Hama-Saeed, Minister of Education, and Dr.Nawzad Yahya Bajger, chairman of the board of trustees of Cihan University, Institute, and School, have signed a memorandum of understanding. As noted in the memo, Cihan University, located in the city of Kurdish, works with the Ministry of Education to offer courses to 300 teachers.
The Ministry of education will take full responsibility for the humanitarian, logistical and financial needs of the courses, and the university’s graduation certificate will eventually be distributed to participants. As emphasized in the memorandum, Cihan University groups are implementing this remarkable project to serve the public interest and on the principle that the public and private sectors are cooperating and supporting each other.
During the course, which is being conducted in the cities of Kurdistan, participants are trained by an expert and capable staff from Cihan Universities and are familiar with the newest and most advanced ways of teaching, which is the link between the effects of raising the level of learning and education in Kurdistan Region. In a statement to the media, Education Minister Dr. Alan Hama-Saeed praised the work and projects of the international university group to serve the education process, as well as the signing of the memorandum as a scientific and educational achievement between the public and private sectors.
Dr. Nawzad Yahya Bajgir, head of the board of trustees of Cihan universities, institutes, and schools, said: “We consider the university as a center for serving the community because the university’s duty is not only to grant certificates.” Rather, than raising and educating future generations and serving different sectors of society, we follow the same policy at universities around the world, hoping we can serve education, science, and society more.