Ibrahimieh College

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Ibrahimieh College
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Type unknown
Established 1931
President Nihad Abu Gharbieh
Administrative staff
unknown
Undergraduates unknown
Postgraduates unknown
Location East Jerusalem, Palestine
Website www.ibrahimieh.edu

Ibrahimieh College (Arabic: الكلية الابراهيمية بالقدس‎) is a private school and college in the a-Suwane neighborhood of East Jerusalem.

History

Nihad Abu Gharbieh, who worked as a teacher at the Ibrahimieh National School in the Musrara quarter of Jerusalem, became the sole proprietor of the school in 1931. Since then it has expanded to include an elementary school, a high school and a community college that offers associate degrees (diplomaa) in child education, business administration, accounting and office management.[1]

In May 24, 2010, the college signed an academic agreement with the Talal Abu-Ghazaleh College of Business in Amman, Jordan.[2]

Notable alumni

See also

References

  1. ^ Nihad 'Ulayyan Abu Gharbieh
  2. ^ TAG-College Launches New Educational Initiative in Jerusalem in Cooperation with Al-Ibrahimieh College
  3. ^ Adnan al-Husayni bio

External links

  • College homepage (Arabic)

Coordinates: 31°47′11.49″N 35°14′29.33″E / 31.7865250°N 35.2414806°E / 31.7865250; 35.2414806

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