Faculty News

A Field Visit to the archaeological site of Jarash

As part of Archaeology of Jordan over ages, Tour guiding and Nabatean culture course's requirements, Dr. Abdelkader ABABNEH and the course's students visited the archeological site ofJarash. During the visit the students were briefed about the history, archaeology and monuments of the site guiding technical skills. Furthermore, Dr ABANEH discussed with the students the historic and touristic value of the site and some suggestions to promote the site.

A Field Visit to the archaeological site of Jarash

As part of Archaeology of Jordan over ages, Tour guiding and Nabatean culture course's requirements, Dr. Abdelkader ABABNEH and the course's students visited the archeological site ofJarash. During the visit the students were briefed about the history, archaeology and monuments of the site guiding technical skills. Furthermore, Dr ABANEH discussed with the students the historic and touristic value of the site and some suggestions to promote the site.

The College of Tourism and Hotels participates in Jarash First Tourist Marathon

The Faculty of Tourism and Hotels participated in Jarash First Tourist Marathon in the archaeological city of Jerash, which was organized by the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities in cooperation with the University of Jordan, which included three Jordanian universities, i.e. University of Jordan, Yarmouk and the Hashemite University. The college was represented by a delegation of students from the Departments of Travel and Tourism and Hotel Management headed by Dr. Salem Harahsheh with the...

Lecture: The role of ecotourism in achieving the objectives of environmental conservation in nature reserves in Jordan

The Faculty of Tourism and Hotels organized a lecture entitledentitled "The Role of ecotourism in achieving the objectives of environmental conservation of nature reserves in Jordan" delivered by Eng.Maan Al Samadi, director of Nature Reserves at the Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature (RSCN). Al-Samadi discussed the establishment of the RSCN, which is concerned with natural reserves in Jordan, and has undertaken endeavors to develop and market the promising eco-tourism...

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