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Amman Arab University Students’ Bazaar for Startup Business Owners

بازار طلبة جامعة عمان العربية لأصحاب المشاريع الصغيرة


Amman Arab University Students’ Bazaar for Startup Business Owners

The President of Amman Arab University, Professor. Mohamad Al-Widyan, sponsored the opening of the student bazaar, which was organized by the Deanship of Student Affairs, Student Activities Department, within the Deanship’s plan for the academic year 2023/2024.

Prof. Al-Widyan opened the bazaar and toured the students participating in the bazaar, accompanied by Professor. Khalid Bani Hamdan, Dean of Student Affairs. Prof. Al-Widyan thanked the students for their participation, expressed his admiration and pride in them, and directed the necessity of urging faculty and administrative staff members and students to visit the bazaar, in addition to the necessity of extending the duration of the bazaar to Two days instead of one day for this year and in the coming years.

In turn, Prof. Bani Hamdan said that the Deanship of Student Affairs stems from the approach and philosophy of Amman Arab University in sponsoring extracurricular and volunteer activities carried out by university students by holding many activities and various events that refine the students’ personalities so that this aspect complements the cognitive and academic aspect. He stressed that the Deanship of Student Affairs It provides everything that can serve university students and develop healthy educational behaviors in them.

The activities of the charity bazaar included various products, including sweets, food, and embroideries that were prepared at home by the participating students, and a display of accessories and local products. The participants expressed their happiness as they carried out such work, thanking the university’s interest in providing an academic and extracurricular climate that reflects the positive role towards the university’s students, hoping to reorganize similar bazaars.