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  • 18 - Dec
  • 2023

UJ Engineering Student Concludes Training at Energoprojekt ENTEL

​As part of the University of Jordan’s (UJ) efforts to create an educational environment that embraces creative students, and in its endeavor, not only to push the limits of excellence to the maximum, but also to highlight students who also achieved the highest ranks, and push them to offer more; as It considers success a collaborative effort that rewards both parties.

Engineering Student Ahmed Mobaideen recently completed a distinguished training program in the Serbian capital, Belgrade, which he obtained through cooperation with the International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience (IAESTE), based at the School of Engineering at the University.

The training opportunity that Mobaideen received with the Energoprojekt ENTEL is unique, as the company was established in the Serbian capital in 1951 with the aim of providing engineering designs in the field of thermal and hydraulic energy, making great strides in the field of thermal design in which the three-dimensional (CAD) program is used. Mainly dimensions.

During his time at the company, Mobaideen worked diligently on many thermal design projects, exploiting the power and capabilities of the CAD program, the tools of which he mastered during his training period. He employed the program it in solving complex engineering challenges, dedicating creativity to his work with a technical insight that exceeded the company's expectations and his mentors' admiration.

Dean of the School of Engineering Prof. Menwer Attarakih expressed pleasure on Mobaideen’s performance and dedication, saying, “We are very proud of Ahmed’s achievements during his engineering training in Serbia."  The training is a requirement for obtaining a bachelor’s degree in engineering, Attarakih indicated.

This article is part of a series of articles intended at highlighting distinguished students.