Princess Sumaya University for Technology Signs a Memorandum of Understanding with Deloitte Middle East

Jun 13, 2023

Princess Sumaya University for Technology and Deloitte Middle East, along with its Jordan Digital Center in Amman, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU). The MoU was signed by Prof. Bassam Hammo, Vice President for Administrative Affairs, and Rawan Al Hindawi, on behalf of the partner company overseeing the Jordan Digital Center.

The primary objective of this MoU is to explore cooperative opportunities in the field of student training and empowering them to broaden their knowledge through academic exposure. Moreover, the partnership seeks to enhance students’ professional competencies and equip them with the necessary skills for entrepreneurial success in the digital era.

As per the memorandum, the company will cooperate with King Talal School of Business Technology to foster innovation and sustainability in the realm of digital technology. The cooperation aims to expand collaboration prospects in employment, training programs, and the development of joint research projects. Additionally, the agreement includes organizing specialized lectures and workshops, as well as leveraging the expertise of digital technology specialists to enhance academic programs and specialized research articles.

Prof. Bassam Hammo expressed his delight upon signing the memorandum of understanding, which benefits both parties and aims to foster collaboration in delivering technical consultations and exchanging information and data while maintaining their confidentiality and security. Moreover, the digital business domain encourages students to develop their entrepreneurial and innovative abilities, foster creative thinking, and transform it into prosperous projects.

The Dean of King Talal School of Business Technology, Dr. George Sammour, emphasized the importance of equipping students with digital skills and fostering innovation concepts. He highlighted that such measures will broaden their professional horizons, open doors to new business opportunities, and create a flexible and dynamic environment for self-employment that is more challenging and innovative. The school strives to achieve these objectives by integrating theoretical knowledge with practical experiences and implementing them through extracurricular activities and training programs facilitated by the university administration. These endeavors aim to increase students' self-confidence, equip them with the necessary skills and knowledge, and enable them to navigate the challenges and rapid transformations in the job market effectively.

Rawan Al Hindawi highlighted that the Jordan Digital Center was meticulously designed to meet the highest global technological standards. Its purpose is to deliver state-of-the-art digital and technological services to Deloitte clients across different Middle Eastern countries, thereby enhancing the value of its services for both public and private institutions. These solutions cover various technological areas such as digital transformation, data analysis, human capital, resource planning, advertising, marketing, and e-commerce. The designs are tailored to meet the unique requirements of each client, assisting them in tackling their respective challenges. This makes the center a leading digital hub in the region, with a key emphasis on attracting both local and international talents to foster their professional growth.

  • 19

Related News