A memorandum of understanding was signed on May 13th.
The Lebanese delegation was headed by President of AUL Adnan Hamzeh. The guests spoke with Vice-Rector Linar Latypov and toured the Museum of History.
Dr. Latypov informed us that the prospective joint work will be concentrated in IT research and education. Petroleum tech is also in the talks.
IT is currently on of the strongest areas of expertise for AUL. It has an expanded program in place that includes IT, business, teaching education, and some other disciplines. Microsoft, Cisco, and other industry giants participate in the educational process.