CAIRO – The Arab Organization for Quality Assurance in Education (AROQA) has signed cooperation agreement with Egypt-based Smart Integrated Solutions & Training (SIST) Company for exchanging expertise and enhancing joint marketing. 

HE Dr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, chairman of AROQA, expressed his happiness at the cooperation with SIST noting that the Organization will always strive to effectively contribute to the improvement of quality of education and the provision of accreditation and quality education services in the Arab countries in accordance with comprehensive international standards.

Dr. Abu-Ghazaleh affirmed that AROQA has worked with a number of educational institutions to boost quality of education offered to their students by implementing and improving quality education systems, accreditation and capacity building services. 

Moreover, AROQA held a training workshop for the Company team introducing its standards and various activities.

For his part, Mr. Ayman Al-Qabbani, company CEO, expressed his pride at cooperation with Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Global, one of the leading companies worldwide, and he highly commended Dr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh’s efforts which aim at initiating bridges of cooperation and communication particularly in the field of educational technology and digital education; noting that the Company, through this agreement, will endeavor to exchange knowledge and expertise for the dissemination of exceptional educational services. 

Al-Qabbani also praised the role of AROQA in boosting and improving education levels.  He also recognized its ongoing support for Arab educational institutions through ongoing awareness, capacity building and the provision of quality assurance and accreditation services.  

It is worth mentioning that the Arab Organization for Quality Assurance in Education (AROQA) is an international non-profit organization founded in 2007. Its main objective is to promote the quality of higher education in general, with a particular focus on the Arab world. 

Smart Integrated Solutions and Training (SIST), the Egyptian institution established in 2005 to develop skills of students (from 3-17 years old) in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and scientific research fields, to create a distinguished Arabic generation capable of competing globally in view of the rapid technological and innovative advancements worldwide. 

SIST provides its services to school students through 17 branches and hundreds of public and international schools in Egypt. It annually organizes more than five international robot competitions held in Egypt, as well as Arab competitions in the world of robots under the umbrella of the Arab Robotics Association.