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Al-Quds University

Al-Quds University, also known as Jerusalem University, is a prominent institution of higher education located in Abu Dis, Palestine. Established to provide quality education and foster research in various fields, the university has grown to encompass a wide range of departments and faculties, reflecting its commitment to academic diversity and societal needs. The university's structure includes several centers, colleges, faculties, institutes, and a research division, each dedicated to specific areas of study and research. The Centre for the Advancement of Peace and Democracy focuses on peace and disarmament, aiming to contribute to the resolution of conflicts and promote democratic values in the region. The Centre for Islamic Research delves into Islamic Studies, offering insights into religious texts and Islamic thought. The Centre for Jerusalem Studies emphasizes linguistics and modern languages, highlighting the cultural and historical significance of Jerusalem. The Centre for Political Prisoners Affairs addresses issues related to civil law, advocating for the rights and welfare of political prisoners. The Centre for Women and Gender Studies explores gender studies and women's studies, reflecting the university's commitment to addressing gender issues and promoting equality. The College of Graduate Studies, although not specifying fields of study, plays a crucial role in advancing postgraduate education and research. The Faculty of Arts offers a broad spectrum of programs, including Arabic, archaeology, arts and humanities, development studies, English, fine arts, geography, history, media studies, music, philosophy, physical education, political sciences, social work, and urban studies. The Faculty of Business and Economics covers accountancy, administration, banking, business administration, economics, finance, and marketing, preparing students for careers in the business world. The Faculty of Da'wa and Religious Studies focuses on Islamic law, Islamic theology, and religious studies, fostering a deeper understanding of Islamic principles and practices. The Faculty of Dentistry, with specializations in dentistry, orthodontics, and periodontics, contributes to the healthcare sector by training skilled dental professionals. The Faculty of Education emphasizes curriculum development, primary education, and psychology, aiming to enhance the quality of education and teaching methodologies. The Faculty of Engineering offers programs in computer engineering, electronic engineering, engineering, and materials engineering, equipping students with the technical skills needed for the engineering sector. The Faculty of Health Professions includes health education, laboratory techniques, midwifery, nursing, and physical therapy, addressing the growing demand for healthcare professionals. The Faculty of Law provides legal education, preparing students for careers in law and justice. The Faculty of Medicine and the Faculty of Pharmacy are integral to the university's health sciences education, offering programs in medicine and pharmacy, respectively. The Faculty of Public Health focuses on public health, emphasizing the importance of preventive medicine and community health. The Faculty of Quran and Islamic Studies and the Faculty of Science and Technology offer a range of programs in Islamic studies, Koran, biology, chemistry, computer science, earth sciences, environmental studies, food technology, information technology, mathematics, natural sciences, and technology, catering to diverse academic interests. The Institute for Applied Research, Institute of Archaeology, Institute of Economics and Business Studies, Institute of Modern Media, Institute of Regional Studies, and Institute of Sustainable Development provide specialized research and study opportunities in regional studies, archaeology, business and commerce, economics, media studies, American studies, Asian studies, Middle Eastern studies, and sustainable development, respectively. The Research Division in Health focuses on health education, contributing to the improvement of public health standards. Al-Quds University's comprehensive academic offerings, combined with its dedication to research and community service, make it a vital institution in Palestine's educational landscape, contributing significantly to the intellectual, cultural, and economic development of the region.

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