The Sudan University of Science and Technology (SUST) on Tuesday signed three memorandums of understanding with the universities of Indonesia; the first memorandum was signed with the University of Dar Al-Najah in Jakarta.
SUST’s vice chancellor, Rashid Ahmed Mohamed Hussein, is the one who signs on behalf of SUST.
It is worth mentioning that the two sides, the Sudanese and the Indonesian, have agreed to jointly cooperate in the field of exchange of students and teachers-a move that is to help in enhancing of experiences mutually.
In addition, the two parties have agreed on to conduct academic and professional training, to establish academic and research joint projects, and to coordinate in the spheres of post graduate studies.
All the aforementioned complies congruently with SUST’s policy to develop and expand in all the spheres of higher education and scientific research.
This comes within the framework of the policies of the university that document scientific cooperation.