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|Title:||Engineering education in Palestine : an analytical study|
|Keywords:||Engineering - Study and teaching - Palestine|
|Abstract:||This study describes the situation of engineering colleges in Palestine (i. e. Palestinian Territories occupied by Israel since 1967). It presents data relating to the gradual progress ofengineering education from 1980 to 1996, and discusses the main objectives (general and specific) set for engineering education at the time of its establishment. Factors that have affected engineering education during the last 16 years are also discussed. The study focuses on analyzing the main aspects that would clarify the reality of engineering education during the specified period. These aspects are the faculty members, curricula and syllabuses, students and admission policies, specializations and sponsorship, material capabilities, buildings and equipment, administration, institutional organization, funding and linkage to society. The study concludes by arriving at possible approaches for the development of engineering education in the future based on the anticipated changes and progress in the comprehensive national development|
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