Palestine Polytechnic University

Palestine Polytechnic University (PPU) is one of the main universities in Palestine that grants academic and vocational degrees in engineering and technology in addition to lifelong learning and technical and technological consultations using the latest technologies and best practices in all fields. PPU has the mission of graduating qualified labour forces able to make a positive change and fulfil the needs and requirements of the community in scientific, technological, and research fields. Providing innovative ideas and solutions. Emphasizing the role of scientific research and development in accomplishing sustainable and substantial national growth. And create excellence through enhancing resources and
building the capacity of human resources.

PPU was created in 1978 by the University Graduates Union (UGU) a local charity that provides educational services; it is affiliated to the Palestinian University Presidents Council, the International Association of Universities, the Arab Universities League, and the Islamic League of Universities. PPU includes the faculties of Engineering and Technology, Medicine and Health Sciences, Applied Sciences, Administrative Sciences and Informatics, Information Technology and Computer Engineering, Humanities and Educational Sciences, and Applied Professions. PPU is considered to be a medium sized university with 70 academic programs and more than (7,500) students.

In addition to higher education excellence, PPU has a wide range of fruitful relations with the local and international community through a wide array of partnerships that serve the roles of scientific research, higher and vocational education, and consulting service that PPU performs. PPU provides technical consultation and training services to the local community through specialized divisions and centres that employ scientific research and technical practice to provide services of applied research in addition to capacity building and training services.