Our university Rector Prof. Dr. Edrees Muhamad Tahir Harki visited the Salahadin University-Erbil to congratulate them for obtaining the first place over the Iraqi universities in Google Citation results. The Rector of Salahaddin University-Erbil received him in his office.
At the beginning of the meeting, his Excellency the Rector of the Erbil Polytechnic University expressed his pleasure and congratulated the Rector of Salahaddin University-Erbil for their valuable achievement that was reaching the top one in Google Citation amongst all Iraqi and the Kurdistan Region governmental and private universities that was reported on Clarivate the InCite-WoS report.
The Salahaddin University-Erbil Rector warmly appreciated our Rector’s visit and hoped that their collaboration and relationship in the academic and scientific fields with the Erbil Polytechnic University continue and provide best services to students, employees and teachers to develop the Kurdistan Region.
On Wednesday, the 4th December 2023, in the presence of the Vice Rector for Scientific Affairs of the Erbil Polytechnic University, Dr. Nageb Toma Batu the registration process for Project Impact participants has begun.
The IMPACT project is implemented under the auspices of the World Food Program (WFP) by Erbil Polytechnic University – the Career Development Center (CDC), and is funded by the German Government and the German Embassy in Iraq.
The project aimed at helping Syrian refugees and internally displaced people and youth in Erbil governorate boarder and its surroundings to build a bright future, and ensure a scientific environment that meets the demands of university graduates, by opening skills development courses for participants in the fields of (English Language and Computer Science) for 10 months.
This project will be an incentive to prepare Alumni for current and future employment opportunities, and to provide scientific, cultural and material needs.
It is worth mentioning that the project is conducted online by experienced and qualified lecturers of our university for 150 graduates of colleges and institutes.
Two students of ICTE Department of the Erbil College of Technology of the Erbil Polytechnic University participated in the final round of Huawei Technology Competition in the field of communication in the Middle East held from 19 to 23 December 2022 in the Sultanate of Oman.
15 teams from 11 different countries participated in the final round of the competition. The participating teams from 472 universities had won previous rounds from all Middle Eastern countries and reached the final round of the competition.
Our university team consisted of two students under the direct supervision of the Huawei Academy Center of our university under the supervision of Ms. Shirin Abdullah Anwar attended this level and could reach top seven out of Fifteen successful teams in the final round.
It is worth mentioning that the Rector of the University, Prof. Dr. Edrees Muhamad Tahir Harki congratulated the Huawei Center of our university, Ms. Shirin Abdullah Anwar, and the Erbil Technology College Students for their success and obtaining a worthy place in the final round and he assured them his complete support for any further future projects.
A delegation from Erbil Polytechnic University consisting of Assist. Prof. Dr. Nageb Toma Rassam vice rector for scientific affairs and Assist. Prof. Dr. Abdullah Omar Yassen head of cultural relations unit at International Relations Office was invited by United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) in Baghdad on Thursday, 22 December 2022 to participate at the launch of the “Jousour” (Bridges) initiative to provide youth with marketable digital and English language skills to boost their employability and enable them to build better livelihoods. Jousour is a bridge that can connect Iraqi youth with jobs through the pathway of digital skills. It is an extension of the WFP’s award-winning EMPACT (Empowerment in Action) programme that is already being successfully implemented, since 2016, in Iraq and other countries such as Lebanon, Palestine, Turkey, Colombia, Kenya and
Zimbabwe.The programme was designed by WFP Innovation Accelerator based in Munich focusing on the development of transversal, entrepreneurial and technology skills required to succeed in the digital market. WFP is increasingly leveraging the digital economy to build the resilience of urban, displaced, and vulnerable households. With an internet connection, a device, and sufficient IT skills, young refugees and food-insecure youth can change their lives. EMPACT equips students with in-demand tech skills and matches their newly found talent with IT vacancies in private sector companies and online job marketplaces.Erbil Polytechnic University are among a several universities in Iraq that deliver training courses to vulnerable and refugees and IDPs in Erbil. The program will start from January 2023 and it will last for 10 months. It is mission of EPU to help youth with marketable skills that build bridges (Jousour) towards a better life. It is also the mission to help young women and men to achieve their dreams and pursue their livelihoods. This initiative aims to create solutions that enhance opportunities and contribute towards tackling the challenge of youth unemployment. Through this initiative, youth in Erbil can prepare for emerging careers, contributing significantly to solving the unemployment challenges. It’s a win-win outcome: young people at risk of hunger find stable jobs and generate life-saving income, and employers can hire qualified staff to meet their tech needs. Both contribute to a more productive economy and sustainable development.Generous funding from WFP’s donors, such as Germany, enabled the launch of this initiative that will tackle unemployment in Iraq, one of the country’s serious economic issues facing about 27% of Iraqi youth.