In collaboration with Egypt Post and WAVZ, Al-Ahliyya Amman University to launch enrollment services and tuition Payments for Egyptian students through the 4,500 Branches of Egypt Post.
In its efforts to facilitate the enrolment and tuition payment services to Egyptian Students, Al-Ahliyya Amman University will be offering their Enrollment and tuition payments to Egyptian Students through the 4,500 Branches of Egypt Post. This will allow Egyptian Students to complete their enrolment process smoothly and pay for their tuition fees in local currency and according to the transfer rate announced by the Central Bank of Egypt.
The agreement was signed by Pillars Marketing Company, the marketing arm of Al-Ahliyya Amman University, and WAVZ for Digital Transformation, the technology arm of Egypt Poston June 14, 2023.
“This agreement represents a significant milestone for Al-Ahliyya Amman University to facilitate the enrolment and payment services to the Egyptian students. We’re very happy to be able to offer these services to the Egyptian youth through a trusted partner with unprecedented reach like Egypt Post. We’re also confident that WAVZ will be able to provide us with the technology solutions that will make these services smooth and according to the latest standards. We have a firm commitment to provide and expand our educational services to the Egyptian Youth. We believe we found the right partners to help us in our mission”Ammar Al-Jurf, Managing Director of Pillars Marketing
Overall, the partnership between Al-Ahliyya Amman University, Egypt Post, and WAVZ for Digital Transformation aims to make enrolment and tuition payment services more accessible to Egyptian students. The use of local currency and the transfer rate announced by the Central Bank of Egypt, makes the process more convenient for students. Moreover, the use of technology in the enrolment and payment process is expected to improve efficiency and reduce the potential for errors, making the system more reliable and transparent.
This could potentially improve the credibility of the education system and encourage more students to enroll in university. The partnership is also a testament to the importance of public-private partnerships in improving access to education and other essential services. By leveraging the resources and expertise of both the private and public sectors, the partnership can provide a more comprehensive and effective solution that benefits all parties involved.
Egypt Post has expressed their excitement about this partnership.
“This agreement will enable Egyptian Students to enroll smoothly in Al-Ahliyya Amman University and provide the students the ability to pay their tuition fees through our 4,500 branches across the nation and in local currency without the need to go through the trouble of outsourcing foreign currency. It falls in synch with our commitment to provide relevant and meaningful services to the Egyptian Youth”Hatem El-Souly, Head of Quality Control, Egypt Post
WAVZ was also very excited to be part of this agreement.
“We’re so excited to be part of this agreement and to provide the technology needed to make this partnership successful. This falls along our commitment to enable advanced Digital Services to the Egyptian Youth Community through the 4,500 Branches of Egypt Post. Such programs highlight the importance of technology and Digital Services that can positively impact people’s lives”Amr Esmat, CEO and Managing Director of WAVZ.