Bayan University held a scientific workshop entitled
“Using the program of (PLE – SEM) in scientific researches.
As part of the activities of the Department of English Language,Dr. Mohamed Salman Mansour delivered a workshop under the title of " Edutainment in (Language) Teaching"
Dunya Abdalhameed Ali Hassan (Teaching at Bayan University)
Prof. Dr. Karim Saleh Abdoul, President of Bayan University, attended the ceremony of accreditation for the accredited Tishkek
By the German Zevai Foundation, eight members of the Foundation's advisors attended the ceremony in the presence of His Excellency the Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research and the heads of universities in Kurdistan.
The seminar casts light on various features of Finland, this great and highly developed Scandinavian country,
The first workshop of BNU explores the roles of universities in dealing with the violent extremism phenomenon in general and in Kurdistan In particular. It discusses the recent involvement of lecturers and students in supporting pro-Daesh movements in Iraq. The question of why universities are being targeted as recruitment grounds. The roles of universities in tackling violent extremism among their communities. It is clear that universities have a unique function in society to address the rise of violent extremism.
The BNU 2nd workshop deals with a strategic policy of the Ministry of Higher Education (MHE) on the Bologna Process which is an intergovernmental cooperation of 48 European countries in the field of higher education. It guides the collective effort of public authorities, universities, teachers, and students, together with stakeholder associations, employers, quality assurance agencies, international organisations, and institutions, including the European Commission, on how to improve the internationalisation of higher education.
The BNU 3rd Workshop is dealing with Monetary policy which is the process by which the monetary authority of a country, typically the central bank or currency board, controls either the cost of very short-term borrowing or the monetary base, often targeting an inflation rate or interest rate to ensure price stability and general trust in the currency.