Amman, November 12 (Petra)–The Advisory Council of the College of Mass Communication at the Middle East University discussed today, Saturday, defining the conditions for a student who is qualified for the labor market, and the experiences and knowledge he should have.
According to a press release issued by the university, the council’s meeting came to discuss the recommendations of the conference “Media between the outcomes of university education and the requirements of the labor market,” which was held at the university recently; Which recommended the need to rebuild educational curricula in media colleges, relying on leadership and creativity as its basic core, and for media colleges to provide competencies that fit the labor market and its requirements.
The Council also recommended the establishment of research centers in media colleges that provide studies and information that informs the community’s needs and priorities in order to direct and address pioneering projects, in addition to introducing educational courses in the study plans of media colleges related to the arts and rules of self-employment in digital media work.
The Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Al Ain University, Dr. Yaqoub Nasser Al-Din, said that the media is a national lever for any country that must be used in a systematic and thoughtful manner, expressing his pride in the university graduates who appear on local and Arab television screens, in clear evidence of their professional, responsible and disciplined application of the ABCs of media, considering that What the markets need is skill and culture.
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