Students of Salam University Joined Opole University of Poland:
Salam University has successfully sent its 4 students and 3 staff members to Opole university in Poland.
This whole process took place few months ago after Salam University has signed a biletral student and staff exchange program (Erasmus+ staff/ student exchange program) agreement with Opole university on the basis of which both universities can exchange students for a period of one semester (5 months) staff for a period of one week.
Three staff members of from Salam University have visited Opole university with their 4 students, all three have presented their topics in an International conference held at the department of sociology of Opole university. Kamran Malik, the Cultrual Affairs, Marketing manager and Erasmus cooridnator presented Afghan culture as his topic, Mohammad Tamim Siddiqi, CFO at Salam Univeristy had a presentation on Peace and stability in Afghanistan while Abdullah Abdulbar, the Head of Public Relations had a topic of Role of private universities in Afghanistan. Media in Afghanistan was also a topic presented to Internaional students at the classes of department of Sociology by Kamran Malik, the Cultrual Affairs, Marketing manager and Erasmus cooridnator . Salam univesity staff were able to deliver their topics in an attractive way and were able to attract the attention of audience from various countries. The audience in the conference hall have shown their great interest in Salam university, Afghanistan and the Culture of Afghanistan.
The basic purpose of this program is to give apportunity to the students of Salam university to learn from international enviorment (their people, culuture and tradition).
Salam university is trying hard to strengthen their relationship with interantional universities so that its students can benefit from the international learning enviornment.