Arab College of Applied Sciences Launches “Entrepreneurial Mindset and Skills for All – EMSA” Project in Partnership with European and Arab Institutions

The Arab College of Applied Sciences (ACAS) is thrilled to announce the official launch of the “Entrepreneurial Mindset and Skills for All – EMSA” project, in collaboration with five esteemed European and Arab institutions. This significant initiative is part of the Erasmus+ projects, generously funded by the European Union.

In a remarkable three-hour online meeting conducted via Zoom technology, the partner institutions within the EMSA project convened to inaugurate the project’s activities, establish the foundational framework for the work plan, discuss implementation strategies, and explore proposals to achieve the project’s desired objectives. During this momentous gathering, ACAS delivered a comprehensive presentation, introducing the college, highlighting its expertise, and establishing its vital role within the project.

ACAS assumes a pivotal role as a primary partner in the project, alongside esteemed counterparts from Cyprus, Greece, Egypt, and Jordan. The overarching goal of the EMSA project is to enhance the competencies of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) and Vocational Education and Training (VET) providers, while empowering their personnel through a series of dynamic activities and workshops. Five principal workshops will be implemented, with each partner hosting one workshop in their respective country.

Erasmus+ projects, backed by the European Union, are dedicated to bolstering the quality of Higher Education across several countries worldwide, including Palestine. These initiatives actively develop the capacities of HEIs, empower their faculty and facilities, and foster academic and student exchanges between Palestinian and European institutions.


“We are delighted to embark on this transformative journey alongside our esteemed European and Arab partners,” said [Spokesperson’s Name], [Title] of ACAS. “The EMSA project represents an invaluable opportunity to cultivate entrepreneurial mindsets and equip individuals with essential skills, paving the way for a brighter future. We extend our sincere gratitude to the European Union for their unwavering support in advancing Higher Education and fostering global collaboration.”


For more information about the “Entrepreneurial Mindset and Skills for All – EMSA” project and ACAS, please contact:

Dr. Doaa Harb

Head of Planning and External Relations Office

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