‘Abu-Ghazaleh University College for Innovation’ and ‘Bright Engineers’ Accredit the Baptist School for Teaching Digital Innovation

AMMAN –Talal Abu-Ghazaleh University College for Innovation (TAGUCI) and ‘Bright Engineers’, have jointly entered in a cooperation arrangement to accredit the Baptist School to teach innovation related programs, within a strategic partnership, aimed at maximizing investment in youth capacities at an early-age towards technological innovation.

The arrangement aims at implementing a number of digital innovation programs, noting that TAGUCI and Bright Engineers adopted the implementation of the ‘Junior Digital Innovator’ training program; the first of its kind, to be conducted in the region at beginner and advanced levels. The program targets school students to provide them with the required technical skills to come up with innovative and entrepreneurial projects.

Talal Abu-Ghazaleh University College for Innovation (TAGUCI) is an educational institution specialized in applied business and information technology. It focuses on providing the appropriate environment for creativity and innovation through modern learning methods, as well as empowering graduates to innovate, create knowledge and transform it into marketable products.

‘Bright Engineers’ Company is one of the leading Arab companies specialized in robotic science, artificial intelligence and engineering technology through its quality technology programs and professional training staff.

The Baptist School operates with a vision that seeks to refine the concepts of innovation and technological creativity of its students in accordance with global standards, as well as to promote awareness and to empower thinking, creativity and problem-solving skills to develop a generation of distinguished leaders in all fields.  


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