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Al-Azhar University - Gaza
Established 1992
Type unknown
President Dr. Jawad Ashour Wadi
Staff unknown
Undergraduates 9,872
Postgraduates unknown
Location Gaza, Palestine
Website www.alazhar-gaza.edu

Al-Azhar University - Gaza (Arabic: جامعة الأزهر بغزة‎) is a Palestinian university established in 1992 in Gaza City, Palestinian territories. The department of desalination and Related Fields was established on 1995 by Riyad Hassan El-Khoudary and earned immense popularity among the researchers and students. The water research center is an independent non-government Palestinian institution in Gaza. [1] Al Azhar University has continued to operate, despite the Israeli blockade of Gaza.

In the late 1990s the university started its own Medical Institute in collaboration with Abu-Dees University in Jerusalem. The university is also famous for it its Pharmacy program, which is considered a very prestigious program.

References

  • Bowen, Donna Lee and Early, Evelyn A. (2002). Everyday Life in the Muslim Middle East: Second Edition. Indiana University Press. ISBN 0-253-21490-4

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Template:Infobox University Al-Azhar University - Gaza (Arabic: جامعة الأزهر بغزة‎) is a Palestinian university established in 1992 in Gaza City, Palestinian territories. The department of desalination and Related Fields was established on 1995 by Riyad Hassan El-Khoudary and earned immense popularity among the researchers and students. The water research center is an independent non-government Palestinian institution in Gaza. [1] Al Azhar University has continued to operate, despite the Israeli blockade of Gaza.

In the late 1990s the university started its own Medical Institute in collaboration with Abu-Dees University in Jerusalem. The university is also famous for it its Pharmacy program, which is considered a very prestigious program.

References

  • Bowen, Donna Lee and Early, Evelyn A. (2002). Everyday Life in the Muslim Middle East: Second Edition. Indiana University Press. ISBN 0-253-21490-4

External links

See also


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