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كلية القدس بارد للآداب والعلوم ️

تطرح كلية القدس بارد عدداً من البرامج والتخصصات التي تمنح الطالب درجة البكالوريوس من جامعة القدس واخرى من كلية بارد – نيويورك

تعتمد الكلية نظام التعليم الحر كأسلوب للتدريس والذي يركز على المهارات الفردية للطالب بحيث يكسبه المهارات الأساسية لمواكبة متطلبات سوق العمل. ويشكل تطوير مهارات البحث والكتابة العلمية ومهارات التفكير الناقد والبناء والتقاش وتبادل االفكار اساس نظام التعليم فيها وتعتمد اللغة الانجليزية في المنهاج التعليمي

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 البرامج والتخصصات المطروحة في كلية القدس بارد للآداب والعلوم هي 

الاحياء - الكيمياء - علم الحاسوب - الادب والمجتمع - الاعلام -  الاقتصاد - حقوق الانسان والقانون الدولي - الدراسات الحضرية والتطبيقات الفراغية - العلوم السياسية

تقدم كلية القدس بارد للآداب والعلوم منحا ومساعدات مالية سخية للطلبة حيث أن أكثر الطلبة المسجلين بكلية القدس بارد (اكثر من ٨٠٪؜) يحصلون على منح تتراوح مابين ١٠٠٪؜ الى ٢٥٪؜ بالاضافة الى امكانية تقدمك بطلب

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لمعرفة كافة التفاصيل حول برامج الكلية الدراسية والمنح او المساعدات المالية المقدمة للطلبة

وبرامج التبادل الطلابي بين كلية القدس بارد والجامعات العالمية الاخرى

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لمعرفة المزيد عن الكلية يرجى زيارة المواقع الالكترونية التالية

http://www.bard.alquds.edu/academics/undergraduate.html/

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Frequently Asked Questions

AQB is a partnership between Bard College and Al Quds University. It is a part of a world wide network of partnerships between Bard College in New York and other academic institutions around the world. AQB models Liberal Arts teaching methods that focus on an interdisciplinary perspective emphasizing student centered-learning. AQB offers two degrees, one from Bard College and one from Al-Quds University.
Al-Quds Bard College is a faculty at Al-Quds University. Urban Studies and Spatial Practices, Human Rights and International Law, and Literature and Society are unique majors at the university and thus are accredited as Al Quds Bard College majors. All other majors are accredited as Al-Quds University faculties.
At AQB you will receive intensive training in writing, analysis, language, and presentation skills, all of which is essential for most professions in a knowledge economy. If you choose to launch your career directly after graduation, you will be qualified for many types of positions in organizations across the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. A Bachelor’s degree from AQB is equivalent to 128 credits, easily meeting the credit requirements for most Master’s and Doctoral programs in Europe and the United States.
AQB offers state of the art education in many disciplines, including programs in the following areas: Social Sciences (Economics, Human Rights and International Law, Urban Studies and Spatial Practices, and Political Science); Natural Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, and Computer Science); and Humanities (Literature and Society and Media). Urban Studies and Spatial Practices, Human Rights and International Law, and Literature and Society are unique majors that are not offered at the Bachelor’s level in any other University in Palestine. Students can choose to minor in any of these fields, as well as in the Global Humanities, a unique program only offered as a minor.
Classes are small, typically 10 to 14 students, and all students are expected to contribute to the conversation. Because courses are discussion based rather than lecture based, students are given the opportunity to exchange ideas and engage in debates about the material. Students can choose from a wide array of classes at AQB. To guide students, they are assigned to faculty advisers who help them develop a four year study plan, choose courses, oversee the progress of students and supervise their senior projects. Professors provide individual feedback on assignments, as well as one-on-one meetings so students can discuss their ideas, as questions, or seek help on a paper. The Academic Resources Center helps further support students across the disciplines and is open every day for students to drop in or make an appointment.
AQB’s language of instruction is English. There is an Intensive English track for students in their first year who are not confident in their English skills. For two semesters, students take academic English classes that help them develop reading and  speaking skills appropriate to support university-level work. They also take two core AQB courses, English Composition and First Year Seminar, as well as a specially designed course in one of the program areas intended to build academic discipline vocabulary. Students who take this program can graduate on time if they take two summer courses during their four years at AQB. There is an Academic Resource Center that supports writing in English, where tutors discuss assignments with students and help them improve their writing skills. The overall atmosphere that surrounds the academic life at AQB encourages students to develop their English skills outside the classroom.
Al-Quds Bard College is a faculty of Al-Quds University. Applications must be filled for Al-Quds University and students should select Al-Quds Bard College as the first choice of study. Students are expected to have finished Tawjihi or have its equivalent of another International High School diploma (SAT, GCE, GCSE, IGCSE, Bagrut, and IB). Equalizations of these diplomas must be obtained from the Palestinian Ministry of Higher Education. Students are also expected to complete an AQB application, which includes answering short questions in writing, as well as to attend a personal interview with faculty members.
Students who wish to transfer from other Universities are expected to provide official transcripts from the Admission office of their respective University. These transcripts must be authenticated from the Palestinian ministry of Higher Education. Students are also expected to provide course descriptions of all classes included in the transcript. Students are expected to have finished 30 credit hours at least.
Al-Quds Bard College uses the credit system; the cost per credit is 84 Jordanian Dinars. Al-Quds Bard College offers generous scholarships for students with outstanding academic performance in official high school exams. Also, students are encouraged in their first semester to apply for need-based financial aid.

 

For the final examination of Abdullah Erakat’s Advanced Acting course at Al-Quds Bard College, the class performed six student-written pieces, collectively titled, “Stage and Screen” in the main auditorium of Al-Quds University on Saturday, May 7th.

Saturday’s show was the fourth year the Advanced Acting students presented “Stage and Screen” to the university.  They were joined on stage by other students, faculty and staff from Al-Quds Bard, including Abdullah Erakat, department head Maath Musleh, and Casey Asprooth-Jackson.

The passion for script-writing, acting, and directing among the students is evident from the range of comedic timing to dramatic effect that the audience witnessed. and skills as script writing and acting skills and passion. The scripts of the six performances, Innocent Shame, Redemption, Saeeda’s Birthday, Decapitation, Palestinian Heart and Debited are written by some of Bard’s media students under the supervision of Erakat.

Students can only pass Advanced Acting by performing in front of an audience. The plays were written in English with some Arabic phrases sprinkled in, creating an engaging relationship with the local audience.  Each play addressed an issue in society, allowing the audience to reflect and think critically about marriage, money, post-traumatic stress, gender equality, and bullying. 

The performances gave a chance to students from the different departments of Al-Quds University to come together, and provides a window into the opportunities offered by Bard’s academic teaching system.

Mona Al-Qadi, a pharmacy student, says that the six performances were informative and that the acting was good. “The performances present different social and political obstacles that we face in a sarcastic way. It is a unique and special thing to have acting courses and to attend their performances,” Al-Qadi added.

“Stage and Screen” reflects the teaching environment at Bard College. It shows the teacher-student relationship. The teachers and the students work very closely together, allowing a very encouraging and comfortable environment for the students.

Mukaram Jaber, one of the actresses of the performance, says that “this work is very successful work. It gives me the chance to achieve part of my acting dream. It also depicts different social and political issues in Palestine in a different way, which is sarcasm.”

The reactions of the students within and after the performance reflect its success, entertainment, and purposiveness.