Cordoba Private University

Formerly known as Mamoun University for Science and Technology (MUST) (Arabic: جامعة المأمون الخاصة للعلوم والتكنولوجيا‎), Mamoun Private University for Science and Technology was established by the Republic Decree No. 294 of the year 2003 at its headquarters in the city of Al-Qamishli in Al-Hasakah Governorate and its branch in Aleppo Governorate, to be the first private Syrian universities, and it contains three colleges, namely the College of Administrative and Financial Sciences and the Faculty of Living Languages and Human Sciences and the College of Engineering and Technology. Baath Party.[1]

Cordoba Private University formerly known as Mamoun University for Science and Technology
Mamoun University for Science and Technology logo.jpg
TypePrivate
Established2003
PresidentMohammad Ousama Dueidari
Location,
Syria
CampusUrban
Websitewww.cpu.edu.sy

In the year 2011, Syrian Engineers Association has acquired Mamoun University for Science and Technology, then in 2nd Feb 2014, The Minister of Higher Education, Dr. Malek Ali, has issued a decree No. 154 approving the change of the name of Mamoun Private University for Science and Technology, to be Cordoba Private University, upon the request of the Syrian Engineers Association the owner of the university. Syrian Arab Republic Ministry of Higher Education.[2]

The Mamoun University is under an academic cooperation agreement with the University of Sunderland.[3]

FacultiesEdit

  • Engineering and Technology
  • Management and Finance Science
  • Languages and Humanities
  • Dentistry
  • Architecture

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Coordinates: 36°34′53″N 36°57′59″E / 36.58139°N 36.96639°E / 36.58139; 36.96639