The Applied Science Private University won first place in the Global Leadership finals week by a team from the Pharmacy Faculty.
The Queen Rania Center for Entrepreneurship announced that the Permula team from the Faculty of Pharmacy at the Applied Science Private University won first place on Monday, 23rd November. After the Global Entrepreneurship Week finals competitions, which took place on Sunday, 22nd November, it included 22 teams from 11 Jordanian universities.
The teams competed over a whole day to present their projects in a short period of time to the jury, which was followed by questions from them.
Previously, the winning team had qualified to the semi-finals held at the university under the supervision of the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (ICE) in cooperation with the Queen Rania Center for Entrepreneurship on Zoom technology.
The head of the center, Prof. Iman Al-Bashiti, highlighted the vital role of the center and the role of those in charge of it in spreading the culture of leadership among university students. In addition to helping them in various ways to reach these distinguished results at the level of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. It is worth noting that the Global Entrepreneurship Week is an international initiative that aims to familiarize young people in six continents with the topic of entrepreneurship from a scientific and practical point of view and the extent of its impact on the individual and the state.
The first team winning the Global Entrepreneurship Week from the Applied Science Private University:
'Team (Permula) – Faculty of Pharmacy
- Nour Qambarji.
- Maryam Al-Ratrout.
- Lina Al-Mousa.
Congratulations to the team, the Faculty of Pharmacy, and our beloved University for such an achievement on a national scale.