Day 1: Sunday, 3 December 2017




Session 1: High Level Opening ceremony and welcoming remarks with ASREN-    H.E. Talal Abu Ghazaleh, Chairman of AROQA, Jordan - Vedio

- HE Dr. Abdul Razak Abdul Jalil- al-Issa, Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Iraq


10:20-10:40 Keynote (1): Michael Foley, “NRENs: Access Pathways to Global Knowledge”, Former Lead Distance Learning Specialist at the World Bank, Ireland
10:40- 11:00 Appreciation & Recognition

11:00- 11:30

Coffee break


Session 2: Standards and Frameworks of Quality Assurance and Accreditation Systems in Education - Vedio
Session chair: Prof. Mohammad Al-Hileh, President of Middle East University, Jordan
1. Dr. Edriss Ahmed, " Global University Ranking Methodologies and Their Impact on Higher Education Quality" - Al Ghurair University - United Arab Emirates
3. Prof. Omar Alkarabsheh, " Total Quality Management and its Assurance in Higher Education", Al-Balqa Applied University, Jordan
4. Prof. Wafaa Al-Ashkqar, "Academic Ethics", Irbid National University – Jordan
5. Dr. Saleh Al Saed, "Recent Trends in the Development of Academic Programs in Higher Education Institutions", Université Abbès Laghrour Khenchela, Algeria


13:00- 14:30

Lunch break   

14:30- 16:00

Session 3: Quality Assurance and Accreditation in School Education, Higher Education, and Vocational Training - Vedio

Session chair: Dr. Enas Ismail, Minia University, Egypt
2. Prof. Assem Tharwat, "Investigating the Effectiveness of Distance Learning in the Teaching Process in Accordance with Quality Assurance Standards", American University of the UAE - United Arab Emirates
4. Dr. Hisham Saleh "Self-Assessment Project in Al-Omariya Schools to Ensure Quality of Education", Al-Omariya Schools - Jordan



Annual General Assembly Meeting (Members Only)



Coffee break



Day 2: Monday 4 December 2017


Session 4: Quality Management and Accreditation Theories Vedio

Session chair: Dr. Doaa Nada, Badr University in Cairo - Egypt
1. Dr. Yasmin Khodary, " Quality of Higher Education: Assessing the Quality of a Political Science Program in Egypt", British University in Egypt, Egypt
3. Prof. Mohamed Ebrahim Taha Khalil, "Activating the quality of pre-university education institutions using the method of administrative engineering", International Academy of Leaders for Training and Development - Egypt.
5. Dr. Louafi Tayeb, "E-Learning: a Key to Achieving the Quality of Higher Education in Algeria", Université Larbi Tébessi, Algeria
6. Dr. Majed Alsolamy, "Leading and Modern Trends of Quality", Jeddah Department of Education, Ministry of Education Saudi Arabia


Coffee break   



Session 5: Models and case studies in educational institutions Vedio
Session Chair: Prof. Elsayed Mohammad Marey, Al Azhar University, Egypt.
1. Prof. Cherifi Messaoud, "Total Quality Assurance in General Education Schools in Algeria: Challenges & Prospects" , Universite de Bouira, Algeria.
3. Prof. Saleh Olimat, "Quality Assurance Standards in Higher Education Institutions", Yarmouk University, Jordan
5. Mr. Munther Zmeili, "Al Ridwan Schools Experience in Acquiring AROQA Accreditation", Al Ridwan Schools, Jordan
6. Ms. Sana Altamimi, "Quality of Education through Useful Education Initiative  ", the initiative of the world in your hands - Jordan


Lunch break


session 6:Quality Assursance Programms - Video

Session Chair: Dr. Yasmin Khodary, The British University in Egypt, Egypt


2. Dr. Mahmoud Mansour Abdalrahman Abu Owda, "A Proposal for Implementing Total Quality Management in the University of Palestine - North Gaza Branch", Palestinian Authority - Palestine
4. Prof. Hussein Mrgin, "Quality and Assurance Programs in Libyan Government Universities" Challenges and Prospects 2017 University of Sirte Model, "Arab Council for Social Sciences - Libya


Session 7:Closing, Remarks and Declarations

16:00-17:00 Coffee Break

A successful participation, which takes adequate time, resources, and flexibility, is one of our objectives. An affective participation is constructive when all partaking listen to each other, make positive contributions, and gain a deeper knowledge of the issue(s) for Participation 


Call for papers

Ninth Annual Conference 

Paper contributions are accepted in Arabic or English. Papers should be submitted with no more than 8 to 10 pages, and no more than 8000 words. Each paper should include: