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Admas University College, Hargeisa

Admas University College–Hargeisa
Logo of Admas University College, Hargeisa
Established 2006 (parent college estd in 1998)
President Ahmed Tahir
Location Hargeisa, Woqooyi Galbeed,
Somaliland
, Somalia
Website .com.admashmcwww

Admas University College–Hargeisa is a tertiary institution in Hargeisa, the administrative capital of the autonomous Somaliland region in northwestern Somalia.[1] A branch of the Addis Ababa-based Admas University College, it was established in 2006. The university also has an additional branch in Garowe, the administrative capital of the autonomous Puntland region in northeastern Somalia.

Overview

The institution's Hargeisa Main Campus is an autonomous branch of Admas College,[2] founded in 1998 in Ethiopia. It offers degrees on campus and through distance learning programs.

The college has links with internationally renowned institutions, such as Cisco and the University of Lübeck in Germany. It is also working on e-Learning sector development in Ethiopia.

The Somaliland Social and Economic Research Center is an autonomous body in the university and is a one-of-a-kind institute in Somaliland. It is dedicated to conducting and publishing research studies focused on the Somaliland region and other parts of Somalia.

See also

References

  1. ^ Somaliland’s Quest for International Recognition and the HBM-SSC Factor
  2. ^ Admas University College, Hargeisa - About Us

External links

  • Admas University College, Hargeisa homepage
  • Visit Somaliland - University Listing


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