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Seminar by US Consul General

International Relation Office organized a seminar under the title “Gender-Based Violence on December 6th, 2018 with collaboration of General Consulate of USA in Erbil. The seminar was presented by Mr. Steven Fagin, US Consul General in Erbil. Mr. Steven Fagin and his colleagues Ms. Heather Carlin Fabricant, Public Affairs Officer, …

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IRO seminar on opportunities in students and staff exchange program

International Relations Office of Ishik University organized a seminar on Thursday, November 01, 2018 in collaboration with the both Fulbright Foreign Student Program and Amideast organization which is supported by U.S. Embassy & Consulates in Iraq. The flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government, widely known as the …

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IRO seminar on opportunities in students and staff exchange program

International Relation office (IRO) of Ishik University organized a seminar for Ishik university staff and students entitling the “opportunities in students and staff exchange program” on October 23, 2018. The seminar was opened by Prof. Dr. Ahmet Öztaş, Director of IRO by presenting a presentation about the IRO activities (Student Exchange Program, Staff …

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International Online Teaching for Junior Researchers in Germany

To all ishik staff for (PHD Candidate and post-doc researchers), now you can get teaching experience in university of Potsdam in Germany on (March 11th-16th 2019), for more information please visit the link below : https://www.uni-potsdam.de/de/oil-up/winter-school/call-for-application/web-version.html Kindly be informed that the deadline for applying on  30 September , 2018 .  

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Farewell to Rozhan Azad (IRO Assistant)

Dr. Huseyin Cakillikoyak IRO Coordinator and Mr. Mustafa Azmi Bingol Department Adviser gave gifts and souvenirs to Mrs. Rozhan Azad for her last moments between us. She was welcomed and given farewell so warmly by the staff and everybody expressed their sadness for her leaving. Mrs. Rozhan was serving as the IRO Assistant for more …

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