Amman- 16 April 2018
On Sunday 9th of April 2018, The German Jordanian University (GJU) hosted a workshop of the MENA-SAFE Project, Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Program of the European Union (EU).
MENA-SAFE project aims to design, develop, adapt and implement a new master curriculum in the field of Road Traffic Safety with joint efforts between EU, Egypt, Jordan and Lebanon partner universities according to Bologna requirements and EU safety standards and practices.
The Dean of the School of Natural Resources Engineering and Management (SNREM) Dr. Munjed Al-Shareef explained that sharing of experience, best practices and knowledge has been the main driver to support the development of new and existing courses, capacity knowledge building in traffic safety at the partner universities in Jordan, Lebanon and Egypt.
He added that the development of curriculum has been designed based on market analysis needs and job demands for graduate engineers, tailored to the problems and needs, besides the local characteristics in EG-JO-LB.
The workshop that lasted for three days included partner universities from Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt, Spain, Poland and Sweden.