Why Palestine Polytechnic University

Palestine Polytechnic University holds great importance in Palestine, particularly with regards to engineering and technical education. The university has been instrumental in developing the local community, and its contribution is widely recognized at a national level. The university was founded in 1978 by the University Graduates Union, an organization dedicated to culture and science in Hebron since 1953.

Over the years, the university has focused on enhancing its reputation and fulfilling its national responsibilities by creating unique technical, engineering, and scientific programs that meet the needs of the local community. Currently, the university comprises six colleges and several non-academic departments that provide support for the educational process. With over 7,000 students enrolled and over 500 employees, the university offers a range of programs at the doctoral, master's, bachelor's, and diploma levels.